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Women's golf has high hopes for the season

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Senior Autumn Hurd chips the ball onto the green

The women’s golf team was in action on Monday, placing 6th out of 8 teams. Senior Autumn Hurd finished as the top golfer for the women’s team landing in 10th place for the tournament after shooting an 87 on the round.

Sophomore Tressa Bull tied for 17th with 91 strokes, while junior Margaret Elliott tied for 23rd place in the tournament with a round of 95. The final finisher for Doane was junior Payton Zarkowski, who finished in 32nd place after scoring 100.

Senior Stephanie Hoshor had great things to say about the team, and was happy with how they did at the past tournament.

“I feel that we did very well this past weekend, there was a lot of improvement from the last tournament, considering the elements,” said Hoshor.

“ We’re a fairly young team, but we’re getting stronger and better after every tournament we play in. I look forward to seeing how our season goes and how we grow as a team.”

She was also very hopeful for the season, adding that, “I think we are going to have a really great season this year, and hopefully win a tournament or break some records.”

The women’s golf team is back in action on the 13th, as they will be participating in the Lila Frommelt Classic in Sioux City, Iowa.