Tahlequah Daily Press

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April 24, 2013

MIAA golf tournament cut short

SMITHVILLE, Mo. — The final rounds of the 2013 MIAA Men’s and Women’s Golf Championships were canceled on Tuesday due to rain and snow at the Paradise Pointe Golf Complex.

The results from Monday’s opening rounds became final, meaning the Northeastern State women finished the tournament in second place and the men placed sixth.

Both teams will now await their potential NCAA Regional fate.



April 22, 2013 at Smithville, Mo.

(The Posse – Paradise Pointe Golf Complex)

Team Results

1.      #12 Central Oklahoma               301 (+13)

2.      (RV) Northeastern State         310 (+22)

3.      (RV) Northwest Missouri State 324 (+36)

4.      Truman State                               329 (+41)

5.      Missouri Western State              331 (+43)

6.      Lindenwood                                334 (+46)

7.      Lincoln                                         335 (+47)

8.      Nebraska-Kearney                      337 (+49)

9.      Fort Hays State                            354 (+66)

10.    Central Missouri                          363 (+75)

11.    Southwest Baptist                       395 (+107)



April 22, 2013 at Smithville, Mo.

(The Outlaw – Paradise Pointe Golf Complex)

Team Results

1.      #18 Central Oklahoma                  279-289=568 (-8)

2.      (RV) Central Missouri                    291-295=586 (+10)

3.      Lindenwood                                   293-298=591 (+15)

4.      Washburn                                       293-300=593 (+17)

5.      Nebraska-Kearney                         300-297=597 (+21)

6.      (RV) Northeastern State            300-304=604 (+28)

7.      Missouri Western                          305-303=608 (+32)

8.      Missouri Southern                         308-304=612 (+36)

9.      Lincoln                                            305-310=615 (+39)

T10. Southwest Baptist                          307-310=617 (+41)

         Pittsburg State                                306-311=617 (+41)

12.    Fort Hays State                               310-309=619 (+43)

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