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It was a sloppy, wet final two rounds of the Iowa Conference Championships hosted by Simpson College. The final two rounds were played at the Indianola Country Club, a Par 71 that measured 5,816 yards.
Luther shot rounds of 331 and 353 for a final 72-hole total of 1335 and finished in third place. Wartburg, behind the efforts of tournament medalist Brooke Klostermann, won the team title with a 1301. Central, the defending conference champions, finished second at 1329. Klostermann shot a 72-hole total of 296.
Individually, three Norse earned all-conference honors by placing in the top-10 of the 45-player field. Morgan Kranz, who finished third at 325; Keeley Todd, who placed eighth at 333; and Samantha Kraft, to was tenth at 335, all earned all-conference honors for the first time. This also marks the first time Head Coach Eric Karius has had three players earned this honor in the same year.
Completing the Norse five and where they finished included Meggie Acker (19th - 346) and Sydney Maule (T27 - 364).
Questions? Contact David Blanchard, post_to_results, 563-387-1586