BOULDER CITY, Nev. — The Weber State women's golf team wrapped up the 2017 Big Sky Conference Championships on Sunday at the Boulder Creek Golf Course with a ninth place finish with a three-round total of 953.
The Wildcats shot a final round 313, their best over the 54-hole event, after rounds of 323 and 317 on Friday and Saturday, respectively.
Senior Kaceelyn Pouttu, playing in her final event with the Wildcats, carded five birdies on the day to post a five-over-par 77. Pouttu recorded a 78 to open the tournament and an even-par 72 in round two, and completed the tournament with a three-round total of 11-over-par 227 to earn a tie for eighth place.
Idaho and Sacramento State pulled away from the field, with the Vandals shooting 299 on the day to erase a three-shot lead by the Hornets and create a tie atop the team standings at the conclusion of the 54-hole event. Sacramento State prevailed in a playoff to earn the championship title.
Portland State finished 20 shots back in third, while Northern Arizona was another shot back in fourth.
NAU's Sofia Anokhina held onto her lead in the individual medalist standings, finishing with a two-over-par total of 218. Idaho's duo of Sophie Hausmann and Clara Moyano tied for second at 221.
WSU's Michelle Tierney rode three birdies in the final round to post a four-over-par 76 and a total of 243 to finish in a tie for 42nd overall.
Xena Motes and Haylee Chugg each finished the tournament with eight-over-par 80's in the final round. Chugg's three-round total of 244 earned her a 44th place finish, while Motes tied for 47th at 247. Sierra Harr tied for 49th overall with a total of 248.