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LWC Women's Golf 2021 Rewind

By Kyle Jackson

The Lindsey Wilson women's golf team wrapped up the 2021 season finishing second in the Mid-South Conference regular season and third at the Championship Tournament in April.

The Blue Raiders had five student-athletes earn an at-large bid intthe NAIA National Championship Tournament in Katie Biddlecombe, Malene Clausen, Megan Mann, Hannah Sumner, and Zofia Wojcik. The group went on tfinish 17th overall.

Of the eight-team tournaments throughout the fall and spring seasons, the Blue Raiders placed sixth or better in each competition including a first-place finish and five top-three finishes.


NAIA Women's Golf All-America Team
  • Malene Clausen

Mid-South Conference Champion of Character
  • Lauren Holeman

Academic All Mid-South Conference
  • Katie Biddlecombe
  • Megan Mann
  • Claire McLaughlin
  • Zofia Wojcik


This story was posted on 2021-08-02 14:59:18
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