BSU Women’s Golf concludes Maverick/Golden Bear Fall Brawl in 10th as Depew records an ace on hole 11
The Bemidji State University Women’s Golf team was close to passing Upper Iowa before settling in 10th after the second and final round of the Maverick/Golden Bear Fall Brawl concluded Tuesday at the Troy Burne Golf Course. Sophomore Isabella Depew recorded an ace on hole 11 during the final round.
Bemidji State finished with a 720 (364-356) to finish just one-shot back of Upper Iowa (719) for ninth. Minnesota State continued with the lead taking the title by 17-shots with a 611. Minnesota State also had the top individual in Anna Cihak who posted a 148 to win by a stroke.
Senior Mollie Albrecht trimmed a few-strokes off her opening round 85 to finish with an 82 for a 167 to tie for 31st. Albrecht had three birdies during the final round and five pars.
Senior Maddy Sawyer had similar rounds of 93-92 for a final total of 185 to tie for 48th. During the final round on Tuesday, Sawyer had six pars.
Freshman Elli Anderson was just a few shots back of Sawyer posting rounds of 94-93 for a 187 to tie for 50th. Anderson had three pars during the final round.
Depew had a strong final round of 89, to go along with an opening round 101 for a 190 to tie for 54th. Depew recorded her ace on hole 11 and added three pars during the final round.
Freshman Haylee Kammann carded rounds of 92-100 for a 192 to finish in 56th. During the final round on Tuesday, Kammann posted four pars.
Bemidji State will travel to Marshall, Minn., for the Mustang Invitational on Sept. 30-Oct. 1.