The Gustavus Adolphus women’s golf team concluded the 2013 MIAC Championships with a 326 (+38) in Monday’s third and final round to finish third with a three-round total of 972 (+108). Along with the third place team finish, two individuals finished in the top 10 to earn their way onto the All-Championship team. Sam Falk (Jr., Glenwood, Minn.) finished eighth to earn her third consecutive All-MIAC mark, while Mae Meierhenry (Fy., Sioux Falls, S.D.) finished tied for 10th to take her place on the All-Championship team for the first time in her young career.
After carding an opening-round 320 (+32) on Saturday to tie for fourth, the Gusties moved into third after totaling a 326 (+38) in yesterday’s second round. With Monday’s 326 (+38), Gustavus finished third with the 972 (+108), 20 shots behind Carleton, who finished second with a weekend total of 952 (+88). The Knights finished just one stroke behind St. Thomas, who combined scores of 320 (+32), 317 (+29), and 314 (+26) to total 951 (+87) for the tournament and claim its ninth MIAC Championship in program history.
The Gustavus Adolphus men’s golf turned in its lowest round of the tournament with a 305 on day three to place sixth overall at the 2013 MIAC Championships held over the weekend at Bunker Hills Golf Course. To go along with a 308 on day one and a 312 on day two, the Gusties finished with a three-day team-total 925 (+61).
Saint John’s University held on to the lead from start to finish, winning the 2013 MIAC title with an 898 (+34) after shooting a 302 on the final day.
The University of St. Thomas took runner-up after recording a 296 on Monday to finish with a 906 (+42) overall. Bethel University rounded out the podium in third with 908 (+44) after a 308.