Women's Golf Have Better Round Two but Still Finish in Ninth Place at CCU Invite
Littleton, Colo.: The Regis University women's golf team didn't move up in the second round of the CCU Fall Invite despite finishing eight strokes better.
Regis finished the par 72, 6054 yard course with a two-round total of 662. The Rangers picked up eight strokes in round two at Raccoon Creek Golf Course with a 327. West Texas A&M won the team title by 15 strokes over Western New Mexico. WTAM shot a 606 compared to a 621 for the Mustangs.
Freshman Sara Shafer carde an 87-80 (167) to finish in a tie for 36th, while senior Alex Semanko followed up an 86 with an 85 for a 171. Freshman Ashley Karl rounded out the Rangers with an 88 in the final round, six strokes better than your first round to total a 182.
Regis will compete at the Adams State Invite next Sunday and Monday at Cattails Golf Course in Alamosa, Colo.