Kansas City, Mo. – Northeastern State leads the women’s while Washburn leads the men’s golf tournament in Kansas City after one round.
For the women playing on par 72, 5,893 yard Swope Memorial Golf Course NSU sits at the top at 18 over part while Central Oklahoma is 33 over and LIndnewood rounds out the top three at 36 from par.
Individually Baylee Price of Northeastern State is one under par after firing a 71 through the first 18 holes. Central Missouri’s Elizabeth Leath and NSU’s Ebba Moberg are tied for second at five over par. LWU’s Dakota Limkemann, NSU’s Charter Lawson, Kelsey Lumpkin and Kayla Schroeder are all tied for fourth at seven over par.
On the men’s side at the par 72, 6,977 yard Tiffany Greens Golf Course WU holds a three stroke advantage coming over 14 over par. Central Oklahoma is at 17 over par, just one stroke ahead of Lindenwood who is third at 18 over par. The top five teams in the tournament are currently separated by only seven strokes.
Blake Lammers of Lincoln carded the low score of the day shooting a 70 to come into the club house at two under par. Carson Roberts of Washburn turned in a 73 which was one over par to come in second. Cameron Hamilton of Missouri Southern, Ryan Dyck of Lindenwood, Corey Knight of Missouri Western and Central Oklahoma’s Logan Gray and Cody Troutman are all three over part and tied for third.
Teams will tee off tomorrow for the second round of the tournament with teams hitting the course at 8:30 a.m.