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Fifteen teams played at the 2017 D3 Classic hosted by Carleton College in Lake City, Minn. The two-day tournament was played on The Jewell, a par 72 that measured 5281 yards.
Host Carleton won the tournament posting identical rounds of 313 for a 36-hole total of 626. University of St. Thomas was second at 640 and UW-Stout was third at 641.
Luther carded rounds of 336-334 for a 670 and finished 10th. Central College was in ninth place finishing two strokes ahead of the Norse and Wartburg College finished 11th with a 681.
Individually, Morgan Kranz led the Norse finishing in a tie for 12th (77-82-159) from the field of 87 players. Keeley Todd (T33 - 86-81-167), Samantha Kraft (T40 - 86-85-171), Meggie Acker (T46 - 87-86-173) and Alexa Eichstadt (T57 - 90-87-177) completed the Norse five.
Sydney Maule (T55 - 85-91-176) and Elyse Menssen (T63 - 88-92-180) played as individuals.
Luther will hosts its own invitational Friday and Saturday, Sept. 22-23. The two-day tournament will be played at Oneota Golf and Country Club.
Questions? Contact David Blanchard, post_to_results, 563-387-1586