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WGolf: Schroeder Leads Shocks, Finishes in Tie for 15th
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BUIES CREEK, N.C.- The Wichita State women's golf team finished in seventh place at the Fighting Camel Classic on Tuesday afternoon at Keith Hills Country Club. Bryce Schroeder finished in a tie for 15th.

The Shocker women carded a 958 (319-315-324) over the three rounds. No. 39 Campbell, who hosted the tournament, led the team scoring with a 34-over 898 (294-298-306).

For the second straight tournament, freshman Bryce Schroeder led the Shocks in scoring. She shot a 54-hole score of 231 (79-77-75) to put her at 15-over for the tournament. Schroeder was able to climb seven spots on the leaderboard during the final round, as she started the day in a tie for 22nd.

Senior Hollie Weathurburn finished in a tie for 30th with a 241 (79-81-81). Fellow senior Hannah Martin and sophomore Daniela Rugeles both finished in a tie for 38th, shooting a 243. Sarah Gilbert, playing in her second tournament, shot a 263 (92-81-90), to round out the scoring for the Shockers.

The Fighting Camel Classic was the last tournament of the fall season for the Shocker women. They will begin their spring season March 8-10 when they travel to Rio Verde, Ariz. for the Rio Verde Invitational.



7 Wichita State 319 315 324 958
T15 Bryce Schroeder (1) 79 77 75 231
T30 Hollie Weatherburn (3) 79 81 81 241
T38 Hannah Martin (2) 80 81 82 243
T38 Daniela Rugeles (4) 81 76 86 243
59 Sarah Gilbert (5) 92 81 90 263
Wichita State Women's Golf
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