Tahlequah Daily Press

NSU Sports

May 8, 2013

NSU women qualify for NCAA finals




May 7, 2013 at Country Club Village, Mo.

(par-72, 5,921-yard St. Joseph CC)


Team Results

1.      #17 Central Oklahoma               323-318-310=951 (+87)

2.      #22 Augustana College              317-327-320=964 (+100)

3.      (RV) Northeastern State         322-330-323=975 (+111)

4.      (RV) SW Oklahoma State            340-331-322=993 (+129)

T5.    Harding                                        341-326-327=994 (+130)

         Henderson State                         334-333-327=994 (+130)

7.      (RV) Arkansas Tech                    343-321-333=997 (+133)

8.      Concordia-St. Paul                       334-331-335=1000 (+136)

9.      (RV) Minnesota State                  340-345-338=1023 (+159)


Top-5 Individuals

1.         Rebecka Surtevall (Arkansas Tech)                81-73-77=231 (+15)

2.         Aly Seng (Central Oklahoma)                           77-78-78=233 (+17)

3.         Erica Bensch (Central Oklahoma)                    79-80-77=236 (+20)

4.         Marisa Toivonen (Augustana College)            79-75-83=237 (+21)

5.         Ashlynn Hall (SW Oklahoma State)                 79-78-81=238 (+22)


NSU Individuals

T6.       McCandren Lewis     86-80-73=239 (+23)

T16.    Alex Koch                   80-84-83=247 (+31)

T21.    Whitney McAteer      83-84-81=248 (+32)

T23.    Kelsey Kirkpatrick     79-82-88=249 (+33)

T31.    Kayla Schroeder        80-89-86=255 (+39)

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