UMSL Tritons weekly rewind

by | May 21, 2018

Sophomore golfer Emma Thorngren finished fifth at the NCAA Division II Championships and helped the Tritons to a best-ever sixth-place finish in the team standings.

The University of Missouri–St. Louis women’s golf team shot a school-record 1214 over 72 holes to finish sixth at the NCAA Division II Championships, the Tritons’ best finish in program history.

Women’s Golf
Sophomore Emma Thorngren finished in fifth place individually at the NCAA Division II Championships, which concluded on Saturday, while UMSL wrapped up the season with a sixth-place finish in the team standings. Thorngren guaranteed herself All-America honors for the second straight year with her top-10 finish, shooting a school-record 293 (71-78-72-72) while helping the Tritons to the best finish in program history behind a school-record 1214 (300-297-312-305).

Men’s Golf
The Tritons will compete in the DII Championships from May 21-25 in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. The tournament features 20 teams and eight individuals who will compete in 54 holes of stroke play. The top eight teams will then qualify for match play.

 

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