Iowa Western Community College shot a day two score of 311 to take over first place from Dakota Wesleyan as the Reivers finished at 630 to win the team title at the 2012 NWU Women's Golf Fall Invitational played Sept. 16-17. Day one was played at Mahoney Golf Course, with Monday's action taking place at Pioneers G.C.
After beautiful playing conditions on Sunday, golfers encountered overcast, windy and cool conditions on Monday. That did not slow Iowa Western C.C, who shot 311 as a team with three players breaking 80. Joana Yanez shot a 152 (78-74) and was the individual medalist.
Nebraska Wesleyan improved their team score by 13 shots and finished sixth overall as a team, climbing up four spots after the first day. Freshman Megan Rokusek tied for 10th overall, but won the scorecard playoff to earn a medal in her first collegiate home tournament. Rokusek shot 82-84 to finish with 166.
Alex Wiemers improved her score by 12 strokes from Sunday as she fired an 85 on Monday and finished at 182 to place 37th. Kelsey Marshall took four strokes off her Sunday score to finish at 186 (95-91) and placed 40th. Lizzy Cox was the fourth NWU golfer in scoring with a 197 to place 45th. Rounding out the NWU top five was Jessyca Herman who improved her score by 10 strokes on Monday.
Dakota Wesleyan was the team runner-up with a two day total of 639, which was their team's lowest two day total. Park University was third at 686.