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UMSL Women’s Golf Places Third in Field of NCAA DI Teams Behind School Record Score


For the second straight week, the University of Missouri-St. Louis women’s golf team broke the program’s 54-hole record, this time turning in a 911 (306-299-306) at the Bradley Invitational, held Saturday and Sunday.


Competing in a field of all NCAA DI teams, the Tritons placed XX amongst the 11 squads. The host Braves earned the team title with an 881 (288-303-290).


Individually, junior Maxi Roth turned in a 226, the second-best individual 54-hole score in program history, to tie for ninth.


Team Scoreboard (top three)

  1. Bradley (288-303-290 – 881)
  2. Drake (300-302-307 – 909)
  3. UMSL (306-299-306 – 911)



Ally Scaccia, Bradley (70-75-69 – 214)


UMSL Results

T9. Maxi Roth (80-69-77 – 226)

T16. Emma Thorngren (74-76-78 – 228)

  1. Stefaniya Ivanova (77-77-75 – 229)

T21. Ares Boira (76-80-76 – 232)

  1. Alexa Capesius (79-77-78 – 234)

T11. Kaleigh Ashen (74-75-79 – 217)*

  1. Miranda Rohlfing (82-80-87 – 249)*



Triton Tidbits

-UMSL’s round of 299 marked the team’s sixth sub-300 score this season.

-Roth tied an 18-hole school record with a 69 in her second round.


Up Next

The Tritons will host the UMSL Spring Invite next Sunday and Monday at Norwood Country Club.


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