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The fourth and final round of the American Rivers Conference golf championships was cancelled due to extremely wet conditions at Oneota Golf and Country Club. After an entire night of rain the course became unplayable. As a result, the championship was complete after three rounds.
Luther finished fourth with a three-round total of 1015. Central College and the University of Dubuque finished in a tie atop the leader board at 980. Wartburg was in third place at 1000.
Because Central and Dubuque were tied for the tournament lead when the fourth round was cancelled, the Dutch and the Spartans the conference title was decided by a one hole play-off. All five players on each team started on hole No. 18 and Central won the team title based on their four-players having the lowest scores compared to Dubuque's four lowest scores. Central not only won the league title, but also earned the league's automatic berth to the NCAA III National Championships.
Morgan Kranz earned all-conference honors (top-10 place winners) for the second time in as many season. Kranz finished the three rounds in eighth place posting a total of 246.
The remainder of the Norse five finishes included Kelly Schultz (15th - 257), Aimee Hodges (T18 - 260), Sydney Maule (T18 - 260) and Alexa Eichstadt (25th - 264).
Questions? Contact David Blanchard, post_to_results, 563-387-1586