Women's Golf competes at UW-Whitewater Spring Invitational

Women's Golf competes at UW-Whitewater Spring Invitational

Beloit, Wis. – The rising temperatures finally gave Concordia Wisconsin the chance to get out on the course and compete, as they did just that in the UW-Whitewater Spring Invitational. The Falcons took 12th out of 13 teams and were paced by Maddy Zastrow who finished tied for 21st individually.  

THE BASICS
Course: 
Maine Course (par 72, 5,056 yards)
Team Leaderboard: 
12th of 13 (394)
Falcon Individuals: 
Maddy Zastrow (85), Molly Mundinger (98), Abbie Haller, Kayla Haen (108), Amy Carpenter (111)

HOW IT HAPPENED 
- After the building eagerness, Concordia Wisconsin was finally able step up to the tee and test their skills at the UW-Whitewater Spring Inivitational. The Falcons were dealing with great weather, as temperatures were above 50 degrees with a forecast of partly cloudy. 
- The scores started pouring in and the team score started to take shape. Concordia Wisconsin came in with a score of 394 collectively, which placed 12th out of 13 teams.  
- Senior Maddy Zastrow (Greendale, Wis.) finished with the top overall score for the Falcons with a round of 85. The score was good enough 21st out of 73 participates. 
- The second highest CUW score came from Freshman Molly Mundinger (West Bend, Wis.), who shot a 98 on the day. The round placed her tied for 41st.  

UP NEXT
- The Falcons will travel to Rock Island, Ill. to compete in the Augustana Invitational on Saturday.