K-State Finishes Seventh in Hawaii
“We had a tough day today,” head coach Kristi Knight said. “I am proud of the effort and this will be a learning experience for this team. This team is moving in the right direction. Today was a bump in the road.”
Texas A&M won the tournament, climbing all the way from fifth place after day one. Texas A&M was able to jump
Freshman Paige Osterloo paced the Wildcats throughout the tournament, finishing in a tie for 12th and carding an 80-69-80229 (+13) for the tournament.
Abbi Sunner had her third top-20 finish of the season, finishing in a tie for 16th and shooting a 15-over 231 for the tournament. Freshman Ami Storey, who finished just one stroke back from Sunner, had her first top-20 finish of her young career, carding a 16-over 232.
Emily Houtz had the best round of any K-State player on day three with a 3-over par performance. Houtz moved from 28th place after the second round to finish in a tie for 22 nd, which is the highest of her career.
Morgan Moon rounded out the K-State squad, carding a 79-81-81241 (+25).
The Wildcats will resume action at the Mountain View Collegiate in
Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational
Par 72/ 5,907 Yards
Team Scores: 1.
Top Individuals: 1. Kayla Mortellaro, Idaho, 69-75-75219 (+3); T2. Lauren
K-State Individuals: T12. Paige Osterloo, 80-69-80229 (+13); T16. Abbi Sunner, 72-78-81231 (+15); T19. Ami Storey 74-77-81232 (+16); T22. Emily Houtz 80-77-76233 (+17); T37. Morgan Moon 79-81-81241 (+25).