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William Woods Women’s Golf Finishes 11th at MSU/Payne Stewart Memorial

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The William Woods University women’s golf team improved three spots on the final day of the MSU/Payne Stewart Memorial to earn an 11th place finish. The Owls shot 84-over par 936 (311-318-307).

William Woods, the seventh ranked team in the NAIA, finished four shots in front of No. 1 Oklahoma City University. WWU also finished in front of NCAA Division I Nebraska Omaha and Creighton and NCAA Division II Drury.

Full team and individual results can be found by clicking here<http://results.golfstat.com//public/leaderboards/gsnav.cfm?pg=participants&tid=13935>.

Katie Warren<http://wwuowls.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=2471> improved one spot on the final day of the tournament as she shot a round of 5-over par 76. She finished the tournament, tied for 28th place as she shot 15-over par 228 (76-76-76).

Megan Cullen<http://wwuowls.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=2466> improved 14 spots in the final round as she shot three-over par 74 in the third round. Cullen, a senior, finished tied for 54th place by shooting 23-over par 236 (74-88-74).

Nikki Callahan<http://wwuowls.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=2465> finished tied for 62nd place after shooting 26-over the par 239 (81-78-80). She shot nine-over par 80 over the final round of the tournament.

Fumika Matsumoto<http://wwuowls.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=2468>, a senior, improved nine spots in the standings over the third round. She finished tied for 68th place. She shot a final round of six-over par 77. She was 29-over par 242 (80-85-77) for the tournament.

Rounding out the Owls was sophomore Lucy Matthews<http://wwuowls.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=2469>. Matthews improved five spots in the final round as she was nine-over par 80 in the final round. She finished tied for 72nd place and shot 32-over par 245 (86-79-80).

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