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Freshman Abbie Mozzetti was the low golfer of the day once again for UND as the freshman posted her team's lowest score twice during three rounds of play at the Bobcat Invitational.
UND wraps up season-opening play at Bobcat Invite
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Updated: Wednesday 09/04/2012 16:15:13 (ET)
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Bozeman, Mont. - The North Dakota women's golf team wrapped up third and final-round play at the Bobcat Invitational on Monday with a team score of 333 (+49). Freshman Abbie Mozzetti (Hugo, Minn.) posted UND's low round of the day for the second time during her first collegiate tournament with an 81 (+10).

Utah Valley and Montana rallied past tournament host Montana State to share the team  title with respective scores of (913, +61). Southern Utah (916, +64) was just three strokes off the pace, while the Bobcats fell all the way to fourth after a 319 (+35) after holding a four-shot lead on the Grizzlies and a seven-stroke advantage on the Wolverines.

The Wolverines put back-to-back rounds of 301 together to move up from fourth place after day to earn a share of the title with the Grizzlies, who shot a 304 on the final day.

Mozzetti finished 26th in the individual standings after her 81 brought her three-round total to 245 (+32). Sophomore Amanda Fairweather (Maple Valley, Wash.) was the top UND finisher, closing with an 83 that put her in a tie for 20th (239, +26).

UND returns to action on Friday at the Cobber Open hosted by Concordia at the Wildflower Golf Course in Detroit Lakes, Minn.

Team Standings
1.  Montana (913, +61)
1.  Utah Valley (913, + 61)
3.  Southern Utah (916, +64)
4.  Montana State (924, +72)
5.  North Dakota (980, +128)

North Dakota Individuals
t20. Amanda Fairweather (239, +26)
26. Abbie Mozzetti (245, +32)
28.  Shantel Montgomery (249, +36)
30.  Robin Hutchinson (252, +39)
31.  Mikayla Kromy (253, +40)

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