EWA BEACH, Hawaii — The Montana State women’s golf team placed ninth in the 11-team Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational held at the Hoakalei Country Club course on Monday and Tuesday.
Montana State finished with a three-round score of 66-over 930 (319-312-299). The Bobcats finished ahead of Towson and Western Michigan and 14 strokes behind host Hawaii.
Senior Kameryn Basye was MSU’s best finisher with a three-round score of 14-over 230 (73-78-79), which was 33rd place out of 69 athletes.
MSU freshman Lauren Greeny shot a 2-under 70 on Tuesday — the best round played by any Bobcat at the event. She finished one stroke behind Basye in a tie for 34th place with a three-round score of 15-over 231 (80-81-70).
Fellow freshman Maddie Montoya was the only other Bobcat to shoot under par on Tuesday with a 1-under 71. She finished in a tie for 39th with a three-round score of 16-over 232 (85-76-71).
Scarlet Weidig Velazquez finished in a tie for 51st, while Jordan Briggs rounded out MSU’s top five by tying for 58th place.
Long Beach State’s Angelina Kim defeated her teammate Hannah Ko in a two-hole playoff to earn medalist honors. Kim finished with a three-round score of 2-over-218 (74-76-68). Sacramento State, which plays with MSU in the Big Sky Conference, won the team title with an 18-over 882 (297-298-287).
The Bobcats' next tournament will be the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic, held at Ak-Chin Southern Dunes in Maricopa, Arizona, from April 3-4.
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