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Chargers’ Stay in Florida Cut Short by Weather | KTIC Radio

Chargers’ Stay in Florida Cut Short by Weather

Chargers’ Stay in Florida Cut Short by Weather
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For a third day in a row weather was a factor at the 2017 NAIA Women’s Golf National Championship at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Rounds one and two were delayed by inclement weather, forcing the tournament to cut to 17 teams and 40 individuals after 36 holes of play instead of the original 54. This caused Briar Cliff to be eliminated after two rounds of play.

The Chargers finish their season and national tournament run tied for 29th with Cardinal Stritch as both teams shot 712 (355-357) through two rounds. Taylor Minger led the Cliff with a 173 (87-86). Arianna Presilla was second with a 176 (86-90) and Nicole Hemelberg was third in the lineup with a 181 (88-93). Abby Brinkman carded a 184 (96-88) at the tournament and Brooke Kroeger finished her national tournament appearance with a 188 (94-94).

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