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William Woods Women’s Golf Claims Team Crown at Miner Classic


The William Woods University women’s golf team took home the team crown at the Miner Classic on Sunday afternoon. The Owls finished the classic with a team score of 30-over par 310.

The win for the Owls is its first team victory of the season. WWU finished 13 shots in front of second place, Drury University. For full team and individual results, click here.

Claiming the individual crown and leading the Owls was sophomore Lucy Matthews. Matthews won the event with a two-over par 72. This is her first tournament victory while at William Woods.

Following Matthews was Fumika Matsumoto, who finished second at the Miner Classic. Matsumoto finished three shots behind Matthews, ash she shot five-over par 85.

Nikki Callahan finished third for the Owls with a score of 10-over par 80. She finished in sixth place. Megan Cullen finished tied for ninth with a score of 13-over par 83. Rounding out the Owls was Kelsey Moreland who finished in 18th place with a score of 19-over par 89.

Playing as individuals for the Owls were, Baylie Henke and Maylie Holt. Henke finished tied for ninth place with a 13-over par 83. Holt shot 22-over par 92 and finished in 21st place.

WWU returns to action on October 2nd and 3rd when they play in the Cougar Classic in Columbia, Missouri.


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