The No. 17 Michigan women’s golf team hauled its clubs to
Rogers, Ark., over the weekend to compete in the Lady Razorback
Invitational at Pinnacle Country Club.

The Wolverines saw mixed success, battling strong winds in
Monday’s second round to post a disappointing score of
315.

Despite the second round struggle, Michigan managed to finish
near the top of a strong field yesterday with a three-day total of
923 — placing sixth in the 19-team tournament. Sophomore
Brianna Broderick posted an impressive score of 225 (74-77-74) to
propel herself to seventh place, her fourth consecutive top-10
finish.

Junior Amy Schmucker claimed ninth place with a 228-stroke total
that would have improved the Wolverines’ standing, but she
competed as an individual entrant.

Iowa State dominated the field, taking home the tournament
trophy with 905 combined strokes. The Cyclones’ Lisa Meshke
posted the lowest individual total, leading all golfers with 215
(70-70-75) strokes, and her team led the entire time.

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