VERONA, Wis. — The University of Iowa women’s golf team tied for 10th at the Badger Invitational, which concluded Tuesday at the University of Wisconsin University Ridge Golf Course. The Hawkeyes shot a final round 302, bringing their 54-hole total to 904 (298-304-302).
Iowa finished 10 strokes better than they did at the 2021 Badger Invitational.
Freshman Shannyn Vogler paced the team, shooting a two-over par 74 over her final 18 holes. The Moline, Illinois, native tallied the first top 20 finish of her career, tying for 16th place with a three-over par 219 following rounds of 73-72-74. Vogler had seven birdies in the tournament.
Sophomore Paula Miranda fired a 77 on Tuesday to finish with a 225 total (73-75-77). She finished in a tie for 37th. Freshman Madison Dabagia tied Vogler for the best round of the day with her 74. She placed 57th overall with a 233 (81-78-74).
Nebraska claimed the team title with a one-under par 863. Rutgers’ Leigha Devine was the medalist with a seven-under par 209. She shot a final round 68.
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QUOTING COACH MENZEL
“Shannyn was very steady this week, great mentality and solid play from tee to green. Overall not our best this week but the effort was there all the way through the round today. Madison made a big come back and made 5 birdies late in her round which was good to see. We have to clean up the big numbers for us to be a competitive team”
The Hawkeyes return to action in October, traveling to Colorado to compete in the Ron Moore Intercollegiate from Oct. 7-9.