Women's Golf Improves Scores at Fresno State Lexus Classic

Hanna Roos

March 8, 2011

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FRESNO, Calif. - The final round of the Fresno State Lexus Classic brought improved scores across the board for the Kansas State women’s golf team Tuesday afternoon as the Wildcats finish 11th out of 16 teams.

 

K-State saw its lowest scores of the event come from each individual in the lineup, contributing to a final round 20-over par 308 at Copper River Country Club. That score marks the lowest in a single round of the six played this spring season by the Wildcats. 

 

K-State finished with an 87-over par 951 for the event.

 

“Today was a better day and I saw definite improvement,” said coach Kristi Knight. “Hanna (Roos) bounced back after a real struggle yesterday. Gianna (Misenhelter) and Whitney (Pyle) did a good job. I am proud of the effort.”

 

No. 18 UC Davis defended its title by a wide margin with a score of 29-over par 893 through three rounds. The Aggies topped second-place Cal Poly by 18 strokes to claim the team trophy.

 

Katrina Hegge of San Francisco kept her mark atop the leaderboard throughout the day to grasp an individual championship with a score of even-par 216.

 

K-State’s Gianna Misenhelter and Whitney Pyle entered the day tied for 38th and stayed in that same position throughout the day despite lowering their individual scores from round two to round three.

 

Misenhelter and Pyle carded a 4-over par 76 in the final round to equal a 54-hole score of 20-over par 236.

 

Paige Osterloo recorded a 7-over par 79 in last round, her best of the event, to finish in a tie for 50th with a three-round total of 24-over par 240.

 

Ami Storey wrapped up the event in a tie for 52nd with a total of 26-over par 242. Storey notched an 8-over par 80 in the last 18-holes.

 

Hanna Roos started the day in a tie for 74th, but recorded her best outing of the week of 5-over par 77 in the final round to jump up 10 spots to a tie for 64th. Roos carded a 54-hole score of 30-over par 246.

 

K-State’s next action comes March 21, at the BYU Entrada Classic in St. George, Utah, at the Snow Canyon Country Club.

 

Fresno State Lexus Classic

Copper River Country Club

Par 72, 6, 072 yards

 

Team: 1. UC Davis, 295-306-292 – 893 (+29); 2. Cal Poly, 306-307-297 – 910 (+46); 3. San Francisco, 309-302-302 – 913 (+49); 4. Portland State, 304-311-301 – 916 (+52); T5. Santa Clara, 303-314-304 – 921 (+57); T5. UC Irvine, 310-308-303 – 921 (+57); 7. UC Riverside, 310-313-301 – 924 (+60); 8. Nevada, 317-307-302 – 926 (+62); 9. UTEP, 317-306-305 – 928 (+64); 10. Fresno State, 321-315-309 – 945 (+81); 11. K-State, 317-326-308 – 951 (+87); 12. Seattle, 328-328-310 – 966 (+102); 13. CS Fullerton, 323-323-321 – 967 (+103); 14. Sacramento State, 328-325-322 – 975 (+111); 15. Boise State, 327-334-318 – 979 (+115); 16. Portland, 328-336-331 – 995 (+131).

 

Individual: 1. Katrina Hegge, San Francisco, 73-72-71 – 216 (E); 2. Alice Kim, UC Davis, 72-75-72 – 219 (+3); 3. Miki Ueoka, Santa Clara, 69-77-75 – 221 (+5); 4. Amy Simanton, UC Davis, 74-73-75 – 222 (+6); 5. Taylor Yoshitake, Cal Poly, 75-78-70 – 223 (+7).

 

K-State: T38. Gianna Misenhelter, 77-83-76 – 236 (+20); T38. Whitney Pyle, 79-81-76 – 236 (+20); T50. Paige Osterloo, 81-80-79 – 240 (+24); T52. Ami Storey, 80-82-80 – 242 (+26); T64. Hanna Roos, 82-87-77 – 246 (+30).