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DWU places fourth at Dordt Women's Invite despite 13-stroke improvement

SIOUX CENTER, Iowa--During the final day at the Dordt Women's Invitational at The Ridge Golf Club on Friday, the Dakota Wesleyan University blue team shot 13 strokes better than it did the day before for a final score of 649.

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SIOUX CENTER, Iowa-During the final day at the Dordt Women's Invitational at The Ridge Golf Club on Friday, the Dakota Wesleyan University blue team shot 13 strokes better than it did the day before for a final score of 649.

Despite that, the Tigers weren't able to make up any ground in the standings and finished in fourth place, eight strokes behind third-place Northwestern and 37 behind champion Morningside. The DWU white team placed seventh with a 727, shooting a 360 on Friday to best its first-day total by seven strokes.

Jade Burr shot a Tiger-best 80 in the second round to finish with a two-day total of 157 to end the tournament tied for ninth place. Megan Hinker shot a 161 to finish tied for 15th, while Platte native Niki Nelson was 19th with a 163. Parkston alumna Jayden Bormann (168) was tied for 21st, while Brooke Ehlers (173) tied for 26th and Kaitlyn Greenhoff (173) was tied for 29th.

DWU is back in action Friday at the Great Plains Athletic Conference Championships in York, Nebraska.

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