The Augustana women's golf team concluded their 11th consecutive NCAA Division II Nationals competition on Saturday at Bay Oaks Country Club in Houston by posting their third top-10 finish at the event.
The Vikings finished with a four-day overall total of 1,247, led by sophomore Hannah Hankinson
, who shot in the 70s all four days for a total of 306, good for 33rd place.
Saturday's final round also marked the final round for three Augustana seniors, all of which competed at nationals in all four years of their career. Kali Trautman
posted a four-day total of 310, and tied for 42nd in the tournament, up three spots from Friday.
Senior Sierra Langlie
finished tied for 48th with a 313 total score, while senior Emily Israelson
carded a tournament total of 321 and a 60th place finish.
Freshman Alex Stone
wrapped up her first nationals appearance with a 349, and remained in 71st place for the tournament.
The University of Indianapolis captured the team title with a total of 1,157, and also medalist honors, with the Katharina Keilich finishing with a four-day total of 287.
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