SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KWSN) – The Sioux Falls women’s golf team finished 8th out of eight teams at the South Dakota State University Fall Invitational. The Cougars shot a combined 1042 (+190) at Minnehaha Country Club in Sioux Falls. Tavia Rutherford led the way for USF by tying for 17th place. Rutherford shot a combined score of 245 (+32) and her best round of the tournament came on the second day of the tournament where she shot an 81.
Mikaela Theobald rebounded from a difficult first day by shooting an 84 in her last round of the tournament. Theobald would finish the tournament with a score of 264 which placed her 41st overall.
Davee Johnson (265, +52), Kelsey Leif (265, +55) and Natalie Turner (282, +69) rounded out the Cougars scorecard.
South Dakota State University took the team title with a score of 950 (+98) and they were followed by North Dakota State University who compiled a score of 961 (+109).
The women’s golf team will compete next at the NSIC Fall Championships in Brainerd, Minn. beginning Saturday, October 5.
Courtesy of University of Sioux Falls