Women’s golf team finishes 7th at Central District Invitational

Mark Schafer

The ISU women’s golf team finished the Central District Invitational in seventh place with a three-round total score of 894 strokes.

Sophomore Sasikarn On-iam led the team with a three-round total of 216 strokes, which placed her third overall individually in the tournament. On-iam recorded a third-round score of 69, which was the lowest stroke total in the third round of the tournament.

In addition to having a low third-round score, On-iam also had the lowest second-round score for the team.

Freshman Chonlada Chayanun was the next closest Cyclone on the leaderboard with 225 strokes on the tournament, earning her a tie for 24th.

Sophomore Prima Thammaraks had the lowest first-round score for Iowa State, but would end up in a tie for 38th overall in the tournament with 229 strokes.

Before the third round started, Iowa State was in a tie with North Carolina for sixth overall in the tournament. However, the Cyclones went on to beat the Tar Heels by two strokes. Sixth place went to Ohio State, which scored 893 strokes in the tournament.

The tournament was won by TCU by one stroke over Oklahoma.

Iowa State now will have two weeks off before its next tournament, the Notre Dame Clover Cup, on March 16 in Mesa, Ariz.