Senior Emily Thul tied for second place out of 52 players to lead St. Thomas Women's Golf to third out of 11 teams at the 54-hole MIAC Championships in Becker, Minn. The three-day tourney concluded Monday.
Carleton (304-305-315/924) won the team crown and received the MIAC's automatic team qualifying berth into the May 2018 national meet.
St. Ben's (320-307-316/943) started the day in second with a three-shot cushion on St. Thomas and went on to take second place by nine strokes.
The Tommies (321-309-322/852) topped St. Catherine by 14 shots for third place.
Thul shot 77-74-76/227, three behind medalist Ziyi Wang of Carleton.
St. Thomas and St. Ben's are locked in a good chase for second place out of 11 teams through day two of the 54-hole MIAC Championships in Becker, Minn.
The tournament concludes with 18 holes on Monday.
Carleton (304-305/609) holds an 18-shot lead on St. Ben's (320-307/627) and a 21-shot cushion on St. Thomas (321-309/630). St. Catherine is 10 behind the Tommies in fourth place.
Tommie senior Emily Thul is in third place in a field of 52 players at 77-74/151. Marja Sorensen (79-78/157) is tied for 11th. Kate Drimel (82-78/160), Morgan McCorkle (83-79/162) and Erin Kehoe (90-83/173) rounded out UST's lineup.
St. Thomas is just one shot out of second place, 16 behind leader Carleton, after one day of the 54-hole MIAC Championships in Becker, Minn.
Carleton shot 305, St. Catherine and St. Ben's shot 320, St. Thomas shot 321, and St. Olaf shot 324 in the openeing day.