BOULDER CITY, Nev. – Senior Abby Dufrane shot 2-over-par in the second round and sits in a tie for seventh place in the Battle at Boulder Creek. The spring opener for the South Dakota women’s golf team began Monday in Boulder City, Nevada.
Dufrane is in seventh place with 152 strokes over two rounds of action as the Coyotes are in eighth place at the event.
The Boulder Creek Golf Club is playing 6,252 yards and to a par 72.
Just one stroke behind Dufrane is junior Lexi Peterson with 153 strokes and is tied for 11th place. She shot a first round 76 and followed with a 77 in the second round.
Katie Bartlett shot a consistent 79 over the two rounds and sits in 27th position while Julia Hall is tied for 45th with a 166. Making her Coyote debut, Jamie Benedict improved by 11 shots from the first round to the second round and is in 54th position with a two-round 179.
As a team, South Dakota fired a first round 317 and followed with a 312 in the second round. The 629 strokes trails the team leader, Toledo, who shot a 611. Kiselya Plewe of Weber State is the top individual with 146 strokes over the two rounds. Her second round 74 matched Dufrane’s second tour of the course.