Kansas State women’s golf finished with a score of 2-over par 290 in the first 18 holes and 12-over par 300 in the second 18 holes, finishing with a total score of 14-over par 590 at the Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Invitational Monday at Colbert Hills.
True freshman Remington Isaac led the way for the Wildcats with a score of 4-under par 68 through the first round. Her score in the second 18 holes was 2-over par 74 for a total score of 2-under par 142 to place second individually.
Junior Manon Donche-Gay carded a 5-over 149 to tie for 14th place.
Freshman Lily Whitley had a solid performance in her K-State debut with a score of 7-over par 151 to finish in 22nd place.
Sophomore Napua Glossner finished the day with a score of 8-over 152 to tie for 23rd place.
Junior Haley Vargas finished the day with a score of 9-over 153 to tie for 31st place.
Sophomore Gabriela McNelly scored a 6-over par 150 and is in a tie for 18th place.
Seniors Briony Bayles and Heather Fortushniak sit in a tie for 23rd place with a score of 8-over 152.
In the final round on Tuesday, K-State would finish in third place after dropping one spot in the rankings.
On the round, K-State scored a 20-over par 308, which brought its final score of the invitational to 34-over par 898.
Isaac scored a 6-over par 78 in round three. With that score, she earned a tie for third place individually.
Donche-Gay shot an impressive 1-over par 73 in round three to finish in a tie for fifth place.
Vargas shot a 5-over par 77 in round three for a final score of 14-over 230 to tie for 33rd place.
Whitely and Glossner shot an 8-over par 80 in round three. Whitley finished with a final score of 15-over par 231 to tie for 35th place, and Glossner finished with a final score of 16-over par 232 to finish in 40th place.
McNelly finished with a score of 3-over par 75 in round three to finish with a final score of 9-over 225 for a tie for 19th place.
Fortushniak shot 3-over par in round three to finish with a finals score of 11-over par 227 to tie for 28th place. Bayles scored a 6-over par 78 in round three to finish with a final score of 14-over par 230 to tie for 32nd place.
Coming Up Next:
The women’s golf team will return to action at the Schooner Classic in Norman, Oklahoma, on Sunday, Sept. 26, and Monday, Sept. 27. Tee times are yet to be announced.