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Women's golf shoots for winning season
Jill Jumps
Antelope Staff

As the women of the golf team approach this spring season, they have one thing in mind—do better than last year’s season.  


Last fall the team didn’t have a winning season, but did always finish in the top six out of the four tournaments.


Together, the women have set team and personal goals. “The team goal this season is we want to score below a 320 during a tournament,” said Thea Baum, a junior biology major from Norfolk. Baum’s personal goal is to place during a meet during this year's spring season.


Sara Wissing, a sophomore from Hastings majoring in social work, is the team’s lead player leading with an 80.75 in eight rounds.  


The whole team will test ability and start reaching for their goals this season starting with the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) Spring Invite in Littleton, Colo. March 22 to March 23. The girls get to see the culmination of their goals at the final, RMAC Championship in Florence, Ariz.  


“I can’t wait to get this season started,” Baum said.

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