Women’s golf team firing on all cylinders early on

By Colin Marklowitz —

With the Blue Devils four senior golfers leading the way, the University of Wisconsin–Stout women’s golf team started off the season in strong fashion at the University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire Doug Georgianni Invitational. UW–Stout finished second out of 15 teams as senior Brittany McNett-Emmerich from Madison, Wis. finished fourth individually.

In UW–Stout’s second tournament of the year, the Wartburg Fall Invitational on Sept. 6 and 7, the Blue Devils finished third of 17 teams, thanks to a school record single round score of 71 by McNett-Emerich as well as a team single round record 303 on day two of the tournament. McNett-Emerich now holds the top 15 single round scores in UW–Stout history, besting her previous low by two strokes.

Next up, the team will make the long trek to Notre Dame, Ind. for the O’Brien National Invitational Sept. 14 and 15.

 

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