RSU fifth, NSU takes eighth place at Lady Rattler Invitational

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SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Despite dropping its team score by seven strokes in Tuesday’s second round, the Rogers State women’s golf team did not move in the standings finishing fifth at the Lady Rattler Invitational at The Dominion Country Club.

The Hillcats posted a 324 on nine birdies to tie with fellow Heartland Conference opponent Newman in the 18-team field.
Raquel Trevino was the highest-placing golfer for RSU shooting a 79 in the final round to finish in a tie for 11th despite bogeys on three of her final four holes. The junior posted a 159 total narrowly missing a spot inside the top 10.
Kina Boone tallied a birdie on her final hole of the event turning in an 83 for a 20th-place result. Mica Eastin fired the best round of the day for RSU carding a 78 with three birdies and played her final eight holes at even par to place 27th overall. The sophomore lowered her score by 10 strokes following day one.
Chelsea Burney matched Eastin’s two-day total of 166 behind an 84 Tuesday. Michelle Tierney closed the tournament with an 86 for a final 176 to round out the scoring for the Hillcats.
Dallas Baptist ran away with the team title posting a 15-shot victory behind a 304 in the final round and three top-five individual finishers. Haley Haught from St. Edward’s claimed medalist honors carding a 2-under-par final round for a winning score of 149.
Rogers State is back in action following a three-week break when traveling to Edmond, Oklahoma March 9-10 for the Diffee Ford Lincoln Invitational at Kickingbird Golf Course.
The Northeastern State women’s golf team finished in eighth place. The RiverHawks, playing in their first tournament of the spring, posted a 40-over-par 328 in Tuesday’s final round to finish at 89-over 665.

Sophomore Baylee Price led the way for the RiverHawks. She carded an 8-over 80 in the final round to finish in a tie for 11th at 15-over 159. Junior Charter Lawson and freshman Alexis Armon finished locked in a tied for 27th after shooting 22-over 166 in the tournament. Freshman Fiona Hakanen, playing in her first career tournament, finished tied for 62nd after posting a 32-over-par 176. Junior Kayla Schroeder finished in a tie for 65th after putting up a score of 33-over 177.

Haley Haught of St. Edward’s finished in first place after shooting a 5-over 149 in the tournament.

Northeastern State will next be in action at the Lady Bucs Invitational March 16-17 at Shula’s Golf Course in Miami Lakes, Florida.

February 16-17, 2014 at San Antonio, Texas
(par-72, 5,910-yard The Dominion Country Club)

Team Results

1. Dallas Baptist 321-304 – 625 (+49)
2. St. Edward’s 328-312 – 640 (+64)
3. W. Texas A&M 327-319 – 646 (+70)
4. St. Mary’s 334-318 – 652
T5. Rogers State 331-324 – 655
Newman 325-330 – 655
7. Tarleton State 343-319 – 662
8. Northeastern State 337-328 – 665
9. Arkansas-Fort Smith 332-337 – 669
T10. SW Oklahoma State 336-334 – 670
CSU-East Bay 340-330 – 670
12. Angelo State 346-329 – 375
13. Cameron 347-338 – 685
14. Hawaii-Hilo 361-340 – 701
15. Western New Mexico 362-347 – 709
16. Lubbock Christian, 366-353 – 719
17. East Central 385-345 – 730
18. Texas A&M-International, 379-362 – 741


Top-5 Individuals

1. Haley Haught (St. Edward’s) 79-70 – 149
2. Kirsten Pike (Dallas Baptist) 78-74 – 152
3. Sydney Williams (Dallas Baptist) 80-74 – 154
4. Erin Barrington (Dallas Baptist) 81-74 – 155
T5. Isabell Jimenez Perea (Tarleton State) 80-76 –156
Allison Howarth (St. Mary’s) 79-77 – 156
Judy Papenfus (W. Texas A&M) 78-78 – 156

 RSU Individuals
T11 Raquel Trevino 80-79 – 159
T20 Kina Boone 81-83 –164
T27 Mica Eastin 88-78 –166
T27 Chelsea Burney 82-84 –166
T62 Michelle Tierney 90-86 – 176

NSU Individuals

T11. Baylee Price 79-80 – 159
T27. Charter Lawson 84-82 – 166
T27. Alexis Armon 85-81 – 166
T62. Fiona Hakanen 91-85 – 176
T65. Kayla Schroeder 89-88 – 177



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