Litchfield Park, Ariz. The Regis University women's golf team has aspirations of earning the programs first NCAA Division II Tournament berth and with a fourth place finish they put themselves in a good position to do so.
The Rangers entered the day in third place but ended with a 36-hole total of 668 with Colorado Mesa in third at 657 and Western New Mexico runner-up with a 651 total. CSU-Pueblo won their first RMAC title with a 648 score.
The Rangers are ranked 10th in the most recent regional rankings and trail Adams State, who is in ninth place. The reason ninth and 10th place matter so much is because the Central Region Tournament is limited to the top nine teams.
Senior Alex Semanko picked a great time to play one of her best tournaments this season as she placed eighth with a 164 (81-83) at the par 72, 6,200 yard Wigwam Golf Course. Freshman Nicole Hulbert followed her opening round 84 with another 84 for a total of 168 and a 13th place finish.
Junior Lara Pocs also carded a 168 (85-83), while freshman Ashley Karl shot her best 36-hole score with a 169 (82-87) to finish in 16th place. Freshman Sara Shafer went around the course in 172 shots (86-86) to round out the Rangers scoring.
Regis will now wait till next week for their postseason fate.