Augustana College women's golf shot a 324 this afternoon in the third round of the NSIC Championships at Dacotah Ridge Golf Course and is in first place heading into tomorrow's final round. The Vikings, with four players in the top 10 individually, hold a nine stroke lead over Concordia-St. Paul after a three-round score of 980 (326-330-324). Concordia-St. Paul sits in second with a 989 (332-324-333) and is 25 strokes ahead of Minnesota State who sits in third.
Augustana Maggie Leland held on to her individual lead shooting the lowest round of the day with a five-over-par 77. Leland sits at 19-over-par 235 (81-77-77) after three rounds and owns a five-stroke lead over Concordia-St. Paul's Savannah Stone (24-over-par 240).
Allie Ostrander held on to her fourth-place position after shooting a 10-over-par 82 this afternoon. Ostrander is nine strokes off the lead heading into the final round and owns a 28-over-par 244 (79-83-82) after three rounds of play.
Marisa Toivonen is in sixth place overall after firing a 10-over-par 82 on Saturday. Toivonen owns a 33-over-par 249 (87-80-82). Jennifer Pederson is in eighth place heading into the final round on Sunday at 36-over-par 252 (79-90-83).
Jordan Bormann fired her lowest round of the tournament with a 12-over-par 84 on Saturday and is in 33rd place at 61-over-par 277.
Augustana entered today's round in a tie for first place and is looking for its fifth straight NSIC Championship. The Vikings have had the individual medalist at the NSIC Championships three times in the last four years.
The final round will be played tomorrow beginning with a shotgun start at 9 a.m.
Courtesy: Tim Evans, Sports Information Director, Augustana College