Kansas Wesleyan Women's Golf finished second at the KCAC Women's Golf Championships this week at Mariah Hills.
The tournament schedule was adjusted due to inclement weather as the teams played 27 holes on Monday and Tuesday, and concluded the tournament on Wednesday with the final nine holes, played mostly in rainy conditions.
Wesleyan best round came in the last with a score of 315 as KWU finished with a team score of 959, 12 shots behind conference champion Bethany.
Wesleyan and Bethany finished well ahead of the rest of the field as 52 shots separated KWU and third place Southwestern in the final standings. Oklahoma Wesleyan was fourth and Sterling rounded out the Top 5 teams with a fifth place finish.
Individually, Aidan Richmond (JR/North Richland Hills, Texas) finished second in the tournament with a 232, closing with a final round 74 to finish just three shots behind Bethany's Ida Lihufvdh.
Corey Mein (SR/Liberal, Kan.) finished 10th for the Coyotes with a 241, Hannah Hart (JR/Ventura, Calif.) was 11th with a 242, Abby Donovan (SO/Concordia, Kan.) was 12th with a 244 and Chaney Littell (FR/Winfield, Kan.) was tied for 17th with a 252.
KWU also had a pair of individual players in the tournament that did not complete their third rounds due to the weather. Thalia Ramirez (JR/Olathe, Kan.) shot a 180 through two rounds and Skylar Smallwood (FR/Henryetta, Okla.) shot a 181 in two rounds.