BRISTOL, Wis. – Concordia Wisconsin finished the 36-hole, two-day Shootout on the Border Tournament with a 12th place finish at Bristol Oaks Golf Club. The Falcons were led by Maddy Zastrow, who shot a 182 total and placed 48th overall.
Course: Bristol Oaks Golf Club (par 72, 5,835 yards)
Team Leaderboard: 12th of 16 (384-369)
Falcon Individuals: Maddy Zastrow 182 (87-95), Haley Olkiewicz 185 (96-89), Leah Wilde 190 (101-89), Kayla Haen 196 (100-96), Amanda Gorshe 208 (108-100).
HOW IT HAPPENED
- The Falcons stayed put on the leaderboard and didn't move up or down during the second and final round of the tournament. They finished in 12th place with a 36-hole total of 753 (384-369), but improved 15 shots from the first to second rounds. The 753 round is the seventh lowest 36-hole total in program history.
- Junior Maddy Zastrow (Greendale, Wis.) was the top CUW performer with a 182 (87-95) and placed 48th overall of 86 individual golfers.
- Junior Haley Olkiewicz (Oshkosh, Wis.) improved seven shots and carded a 185 total (96-89) to tie for 52nd position. Her round of 89 was a career-low for the righty and moved up four spots on the leaderboard after the opening round.
- Freshman Leah Wilde (Kewaskum, Wis.) enhanced her game the most on the roster, with a 12-stroke difference after signing for a 190 total (101-89). She tied for 60th overall, which was six positions higher than Friday's place.
- Sophomore Kayla Haen (Appleton, Wis.) ended with a 196 total (100-96) and took 66th place on the leaderboard.
- Senior Amanda Gorshe (Appleton, Wis.) concluded the tournament with a 208 total (108-100) and finished in 74th place. She had the second-best improvement, eight strokes, from round to round for the Falcons.
- Four of the five Falcon golfers improved from the opening round to Saturday's second 18 holes. Wilde was 12 strokes better.
BEYOND THE RESULTS
- UW-Whitewater won the team trophy with a 645 (316-329) total and edged Hope by a shot. The Warhawks had three golfers in the top-10.
- Ashley Hofmeister (UW-Whitewater) won medalist honors with a 155 total (78-77), which was 11-over-par and three shots better than second place.
- The tournament was hosted by Carthage.
NEXT ON THE SCHEDULE
- CUW returns to action on Sunday, as it hosts a triangular with Alverno and Wisconsin Lutheran at Mee-Kwon Golf Course. The first tee time is scheduled for 9:08 am.