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Panther women open season

PATRICK HANSEN, Sports Writer

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The UNI women’s golf team traveled to Omaha, Nebraska for their first tournament on Sept. 1, where they took second place overall as a team.

The tournament was scheduled to last two rounds, but the second round was called for darkness after it had been delayed.

Emily Snelling placed the highest in individual play, tying for seventh place with a two-round score of 154. Other individual scores included Anne Gradoville, who finished just a stroke behind Snelling at 155. Hannah Bermel shot a 159, Sydney Eaton and Hailey Bermel tied and notched a 161 and Sarah McMichael scored a 162.

The womens’ second tournament took place at Illinois State on Sept. 8-10 where they placed fourth as a team, highest among Missouri Valley Conference teams competing.

As a team, the Panthers finished the tournament with a total score of 921, including a 303 team score in the third round which was their best score for a single round.

Hannah Bermel tied for 12th, Eaton grabbed 25th, Gradoville finished off with a tie at 26th and Hailey Bermel and Snelling tied for 34th. Gradoville also had the best round among Panthers hitting two over 74 (+2).

UNI’s next tournament will take place on Sept. 28-30 at the Iowa Golf Tournament, at the University of Iowa’s Finkbine Golf Course.

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