Nebraska Wesleyan shot a 372 on Tuesday (Apr. 10) at the GPAC Qualifier #3 played at Holmes Golf Course in Lincoln and dropped into seventh place overall after three rounds of the GPAC Women's Golf Championships.
NWU now trails Doane College by six strokes for the sixth place spot and Hastings College by nine for fifth. Dakota Wesleyan extended their overall lead as the Tigers are running away from the competition 46 strokes ahead of Morningside College.
The Prairie Wolves score of 372 was the eighth best score on Tuesday at the third qualifier. DWU led the way with a 320.
After three qualifiers, two NWU golfers are in the top 20 as individuals. Alex Wiemers is alone in 15th place with a total of 273 (84-95-94). Brittany Dinkel had the low round of the day for the Prairie Wolves and now sits in a tie for 18th, just four shots behind Wiemers. Dinkel shot a 90 on Tuesday and now has a total of 277 (92-95-90).
Sarah Hotovy shot a 91 on Tuesday for her best round of the GPAC as she is now 30th. Brianna Beard is four shots behind Hotovy in 32nd. The fifth NWU golfer that played on Tuesday was Jessyca Herman who shot 97.
Dani Bellet is the individual leader with a +13 score of 230.
The final GPAC Qualifier will be played April 27 at Green Valley Golf Course in Sioux City.