Also for CMU on Sunday, Danielle Sawyer shot 84, Bria Colosky carded an 85, Natalie Johnson posted an 88, and Kristen Wolfe finished at 90. The Chippewas’ Katie Logan, playing as an individual, shot 87.
Four Chippewas – Natalie Johnson, Bria Colosky, Danielle Sawyer and Kristen Wolfe – are averaging between 80.45 and 81 per 18-hole round for the 2016-17 season.
The Chippewas posted a 322 team total on Sunday and finished the 54-hole event at 963. They were ninth in the 10-team field, nine shots behind eighth-place Nebraska-Omaha (954) and 34 shots ahead of 10th-place Chicago State (997).
CMU shot 316 in Saturday’s opening round and 325 in the second. The Chippewas stand in eighth-place in the 10-team field with a 641 total. They trail seventh-place Montana State by 13 strokes.
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