WICHITA FALLS, Texas – Mica Eastin fired the low round of the day for the Rogers State women’s golf team helping the Hillcats move to a fifth-place finish Tuesday at the Midwestern State Invitational from Wichita Falls Country Club.
Eastin tallied the lone round under 80 closing the tournament with a 79 to place tied for 14th overall at 159. Kina Boone matched that total of 159 following a final round 82 as the duo paced RSU in the 16-team event.
Raquel Trevino placed 23rd totaling a 162 after carding an 83 Tuesday while fellow junior Chelsea Burney was one shot behind in 163, turning in an 82 in the final round.
Michelle Tierney showed the biggest improvement from round one for the Hillcats dropping her score by four strokes posting an 80 in round two.
The host Mustangs of Midwestern State picked up the wire-to-wire victory finishing seven strokes ahead of second-place West Texas A&M with a two-day total of 617. WT’s Glory Jangthongsiri came back with the best round of the day shooting an even-par 72 to claim medalist honors at 151.
Southern Nazarene University shot a 738 to finish in 15th place.
The Crimson Storm got a 90 out of Emilee White to closed with a 176 to take 58th. Cassidy Herbster placed 68th with a 184 after shooting a 92 on the final day. Marion Broedys was just a shot back of Herbster at 185 in a tie for 69th after shooting a 95 in the final round. Ashley Moore ended with a 83 as she finished in 75th with a 193.
Arkansas-Monticello finished just seven strokes ahead of the Storm in 14th at 731.