Women's golf improves in final round of tournament


Tara Green

Tara Green

Sept. 25, 2012

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The University of Montana women's golf team finished twelfth in the Washington State Cougar Cup at the Palouse Ridge Golf Course in Pullman, Wash.

After facing a difficult first and second round on Monday, the team improved immensely in the last 18 holes. They finished the final round with a team of 307, an 18-point improvement from round two. The team finished in front of Montana State and Eastern Washington.

"We had a much better round today. It was exciting to end on a strong note," said head coach Emily Milberger. "Tara Green had a strong performance. It was exciting for her to have a good final round and a good showing her at Palouse."

Sophomore Tara Green (74-81-75-230) led the team on day two. She jumped up five spots to tie for 35th place. Senior Olivia Weber (77-80-78-235) followed in 49th place. Junior Lindsay Reeve (83-80-77-240) finished in 64th place. She tied with freshman Kyla Clancy (78-85-77-240). Freshman Hayley Bingham (83-84-81) closed out the tournament with a 248 for 77th place.

Junior Natalie Beard (78-73-81), who played as an individual and did not count to the final team score, shot a final score of 232. She dropped down on the leader boards from 24th to 40th.

California took home the tournament title.

Next week, the team is a long ways from home as it travels to compete in the Johnie Imes Invitational in Columbia, Mo., Oct. 1-2.

 

 

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