Nebraska Wesleyan shot a team score of 362 on Wednesday (Oct. 3) at Wilderness Ridge Golf Course in Lincoln, Neb., during the GPAC Women's Golf Qualifier #2. With their team score of 362, the Prairie Wolves move up from fifth to fourth in the overall standings. NWU now has a cumulative total of 751 to lead Doane College by eight strokes after two rounds.
Dakota Wesleyan extended their overall lead to 29 strokes over Northwestern College for the team race lead. DWU has the top two individual players in the medalist race. Lauren Fitts is the leader at 162 with Chelsea Burback from DWU and Dawn Chapman from Briar Cliff tied for second at 166.
Nebraska Wesleyan has one player in the top ten as freshman Kelsey Marshall has moved into 10th place. Marshall had a round of 88 on Wednesday to move her total to 181. Just two strokes behind Marshall is another freshman Megan Rokusek at 183 in a tie for 12th. Rokusek led the Prairie Wolves on Wednesday with an 85, which was the sixth lowest round on the day among all players.
Alex Wiemers was the third NWU golfer on Wednesday as she shot a 94. Wiemers is now tied for 20th overall with a 188 as she has fired a pair of 94s. Rounding out the NWU scoring at Wilderness Ridge was Brittney Dinkel who shot a 95. Dinkel has a total of 201 to sit in a tie for 38th.
The other NWU player that participated at the second GPAC qualifier was Kaylee Kubik who shot a 102.
This closes out the fall portion of the 2012-13 season for the Prairie Wolves golf team.