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RiverHawks, Moberg lead MIAA Women’s Golf Championship

Published 4/24/18

KANSAS CITY, Mo.  – Northeastern State holds a narrow one stroke lead at the MIAA Women's Golf Championship on Monday at the Swope Memorial Golf Course.

The RiverHawks, winners of the past two MIAA Championships, carded a 319 with junior Ebba Moberg as the medalist leader with a 78 (+6).

Being on top of the team leader board is familiar territory for Northeastern State who has led the last seven rounds of the MIAA Championship. 

Northeastern State paced the nine team field with 44 pars with Moberg having 11 in the first day of the Championship. 

Lexi Armon is tied for second place overall with a 79 (+7), with Sumie Francois and Halie Wright was two shots back tied for ninth overall; Kelsey Lumpkin carded an 84 and is tied for 17th.

Lindenwood is right on NSU's heels for the team lead with a 320, with Central Oklahoma behind in third scoring a 328.

Northeastern State will be final group on the course on Tuesday where they will tee-off on the first pin at 10:10 a.m.

Place Golfer Round One Round Two Round Three Total To Par
1 Ebba Moberg 78 78 +6
T-2 Lexi Armon 79 79 +7
T-9 Sumie Francois 81 81 +9
T-9 Halie Wright 81 81 +9
T-17 Kelsey Lumpkin 84 84 +12

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