SIOUX CITY - The Iowa Lakes Women's Golf team was in action at the Briar Cliff Women's Invite on Saturday. The Lakers finished in eighth place overall.
They were led by sophomore Sam Mueller, who finished in 14th place with a 94. Taylor Heinrichs shot a 97 finishing in 21st place. Tressa DeBoer shot a 98 to finished tied for 26th, and Cassie Galm shot a 107 to finished tied for 42nd.
"Today was a great day to play golf with conditions in the low 80s and no wind," said Iowa Lakes coach Andy Soper. "The course played long for the women today at 6,034 yards. We are usually playing around 5,700 yards. The biggest difference comes on the par threes playing one at 215 yards compared to on average playing them at 140-150.
"I felt we competed well specially being the only two-year school," he continued. "We keep getting better each day and I felt that we had a great week of practice just struggled a little today.."
Next action for the Laker women will be Sunday, Oct. 7 when they travel to Forest City to play in the Waldorf Fall Invite.