MVC's Molina Wraps up Play at NAIA National Golf TournamentPosted May 22, 2014
Marshall, Mo. (May 22, 2014)- Missouri Valley College women’s golfer Freshman Clarissa continued her play at the NAIA Women’s Golf National Championship at Wilderness Ridge Golf Club in Lincoln, Neb., Thursday with the third round.
Molina shot a +17 (89) in the first round and a +13 (85) in the second round to sit at a +30 (174) heading into round three sitting at No. 107 in the individual standings. Molina shot a +16 (88) in round three. The score moved Molina to No. 110.
Molina did not make the cut heading into the fourth round. Molina’s 2014 season ends after becoming the first Missouri Valley women’s golfer to win an individual Heart of America Athletic Conference championship and play in the NAIA Women’s Golf National Championship.
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