SEDONA, Ariz. — The Weber State women's golf team shot consistent rounds of 306-307-307 over the weekend to finish ninth at the Red Rocks Invitational, which wrapped up on Sunday at the Oakcreek Country Club.
Xena Motes paced the Wildcats during the event, posting rounds of 74-77-76 for an 11-over-par 227 to tie for 25th overall. Sierra Harr joined Motes in the top-30, tying for 30th with a score of 230 after rounds of 77-74-79.
Seattle and Toledo tied atop the team standings at 884, with the tournament title going to Seattle in a fifth-player score tiebreaker. Northern Arizona, who was led by individual medalist Sofia Anokhina, finished third at 898. Anokhina lapped the field, shooting rounds of 69-68-67 for a 12-under-par 204 and an 11-shot edge over four players tied for second at one-under.
Michelle Tierney shot a final round 74 on her way to a total of 232 and a tie for 35th place, while Haylee Chugg shot 233 and tied for 37th. Kaceelyn Pouttu, normally the Wildcats' top scorer, fought through a tough week en route to a score of 237 and a tie for 43rd place.
Lexie Albi competed for the Wildcats as an individual and shot 262 to finish 76th overall.