The Eagles shot a 391 on Monday, but lowered their score to 362 on Tuesday.
Sophomore Ally Malzahn of Sidney led the Eagles with rounds of 94 and 81 for a 175 total. She finished in a three-way tie for seventh. Only the tournamentís medalist, Maggie Cole of Mesa State, who had rounds of 81 and 80, had a better score than Malzahn on Tuesday.
Second among the Eagles was junior Leslie Mueller of Martin, S.D. She had rounds of 93 and 88 for a 181, tying her for 15th place. Loni Hughes of Spearfish, S.D., shot a pair of 96s for a 192 total, allowing her to tie for 19th.
CSCís fourth golfer, Lyndsay Reichman of Chappell, improved by 11 strokes on Tuesday, when she shot a 97.
Led by Cole, Mesa State won the tournament with a 676 total. Regis finished a distant second at 728. The Rangers were led by Cecilia Silfverskio with scores of 80 and 85, good for second place.
Two more Mesa State golfers, Dana Anderson and Nicole Rollins, placed third and fourth at 168 and 173, respectively.
Colorado State-Pueblo and Nebraska-Kearney tied for third and fourth in the team standings at 738. The Eagles were fifth at 753 and Adams State sixth at 818.
Chadron State will host a tournament next Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 25 and 26, at the Scotts Bluff Country Club.
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