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October 5, 1998 - SportsMonday - The Michigan Daily - 58

Women's golf shoots fourth at
Wolverine Invite; State wins

By Jeff Druchniak
For the Daily
* After a frustrating day of play
shortened by rain, the Michigan
women's golf team lowered its score
yesterday, but not enough to catch its
Big Ten rivals at the Wolverine
Women's Golf Invitational.
The Wolverines, along with 12
other teams, played 18 holes each this
past weekend at the Wolverines' home
golf course. Thirty-six holes had origi-
nally been scheduled for Saturday,
Michigan's score of 329 yesterday
was good enough to pass Cincinnati for
fourth place. Combined with a first-
day score of 330, that gave the
Wolverines a final score of 659 -- 75
over par. Michigan senior captain
Sharon Park was two strokes off the
lead after shooting a 76 on Saturday,
but could only hold on to her second-
place status with an 80 yesterday.
chigan State's Kasey Gant took the
Wividual title.
Michigan State also won the tour-
nament with a score of 626, good for
42 over par. Purdue and Northwestern
finished second and third, respectively,
shooting 652 and 655.
Michigan coach Kathy Teichert
said she was pleased with some of the
team members' improved efforts yes-
terday. That, however, did not redeem
the weekend as a whole.
~"It's disappointing because we shot
132 on Tuesday for the qualifying
(round)," Teichert said. "So we're a
better team than that."
With only one senior to go with a
sophomore and four freshmen, Teichert
said she was still learning things about
her team's individual strengths and
weaknesses, and "looking for who will
step up and challenge themselves."
She was, nonetheless, heartened by
improved consistency of Misia
Lemanski, who shot an 83-82 to finish
at 19 over par. In addition, Leanne
Wicks rebounded from an 87 Saturday
to post an 82 yesterday, giving her a 23-
over 169 for the weekend.
The Wolverines now have two
weeks to prepare for the Big Ten
Championships at Purdue University.
"Some people were unhappy with
their scores," freshman Misia
Pmanski said. "It was a rough week
or us, (and) we didn't get a whole lot
of practice.
"Hopefully, we'll be able to really
get some practice in these next two



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Sharon Park led a very young Michigan women's golf team to a much-improved
fourth-place finish at the Wolverine Invitational this weekend. Michigan State won
the tournament with a team score of 626 strokes.

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