PENSACOLA, Fla. – Northeastern State remained where they started the day and finished in fifth place at the Argonaut Invitational.
The RiverHawks carded the same score as they did on Monday with a matching 308 for two-day total at 616. Baylee Price and Ebba Moberg both shot matching 152s with Moberg carding a 76 which was a shot better than Price’s second round.
“We should have beaten everybody but West Florida, they played as good as anybody in the country for two days,” said head coach Scott Varner. If we want to be a top-10 team in the country like last year, we have need to have five folks show up, not two, or not three.”
West Florida controlled their own tournament winning by 26 shots with a 575 (282-293), with the rest of the field in two other packs. Lee University finished in second scored a 601, with Florida Southern seven shots behind.
Despite the fifth place finish for NSU, there was a wide gap behind them with Palm Beach Atlantic 49 shots behind.
The RiverHawks will have a quick turnaround and will return to the course on April 10-11 for the NCAA Division II Central Region Preview hosted by Arkansas Tech.
|7||6||Palm Beach Atlantic||341||324||665||89|
|9||9||Spring Hill College||371||355||726||150|
|T11||Baylee Price (1)||75||77||152|
|T11||Ebba Moberg (2)||76||76||152|
|T16||Lexi Armon (5)||78||77||155|
|24||Ana Contreras (4)||79||78||157|
|27||Halie Wright (3)||79||83||162|