The Wisconsin women's golf team finished 10th at the Lady Razorback Invitational in Rogers, Ark., shooting a 317 Tuesday to finish with a 948 (317-314-317) in the three-day tournament.
Iowa State won the invite with a 905 (297-304-304), 11 strokes ahead of second-place Texas A&M, which finished with a 916 (311-302-303).
Freshman Mayumi Kobayashi finished in a tie for 22, the highest Badger finish, with a 233 (79-76-78). Junior Lindsay McMillan shot a 79 in all three rounds for a final score of 237, placing her in a tie for 35th place. Sophomore Nicki Morse finished in 43rd place with a 238 (76-79-83) and junior Melissa Martin finished two strokes behind Morse for 52nd (83-80-77). Freshman Katie Elliot finished in 92nd place with a 252 (84-85-83).
Iowa State's Lisa Meshke set a Lady Razorback Invitational individual 54-hole record of 215 (70-70-75).
Women's golf finishes 10th at invite
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