Missouri Golf Post

Women’s Golf Completes Third of Four Rounds at NCAA DII Championships


Sophomore Emma Thorngrenshot an even par 72 on Friday to stay in the top 15 individually as the University of Missouri-St. Louis women’s golf team wrapped up its third round of competition at the NCAA DII Championships.

Thorngren enters Saturday’s final round in a tie for 11th place with a 221 (71-78-72).

UMSL carded a 312 and fell one spot to sixth place in the team standings with a three-round score of 909 (300-297-312).

The 12-team, 72-woman tournament, which consists of both team and individual competition, concludes tomorrow.

Team Standings (top three)
1. Indianapolis (286-287-294 – 867)
2. Barry (292-302-297 – 891)
3. Nova Southeastern (296-292-304 – 892)

Individual Leaders
1. Katharina Kellich, UIndy (71-71-XX – XX)

UMSL Scores
T11. Emma Thorngren (71-78-72 – 221)
35. Stefaniya Ivanova (77-75-77 – 229)
T48. Alexa Capesius (79-73-82 – 234)
T51. Ares Boira (73-81-81 – 235)
T54. Maxi Roth (84-71-82 – 237)


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