Freshman Sitorus, Rogers State win Golden Bear Classic

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MAPLEWOOD, Minn. – No. 21 Rogers State women’s golf and Lydia Sitorus won the Golden Bear Classic after the final round on Tuesday.

After two rounds at the Par 72, 5,900-yard Keller Golf Course, the Hillcats won with a card of 608 (+19).

Freshman Lydia Sitorus won the tournament in a playoff after shooting 150 (+6). The Bitung, Indonesia native shot 75 in both rounds with eight total birdies for the tournament.

Jessica Green and Jaelynn Unger were next in a tie for third with a 151 (+7). Raquel Flores finished in eighth after a performance of 156 (+12). Kristin Gudmundsdottir rounded out the group in 28th with a card of 168 (+24).

Two other Hillcats played as individuals with Ellen Loving finishing in fifth after shooting 154 (+10) and Paulina Flores finished in a tie for 44th with a 177 (+33).

RSU will be back in action as they travel to Edmond on Monday, Oct. 4 for the Grace Shin Invitational at the Golf Club of Edmond.


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