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Sophomore Sadie Martin opened her spring season with an 81 (+9 on Thursday at the Sunbrook Golf Club in St. George, Utah.
Women open play at SUU Invite
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Updated: Sunday 03/13/2014 18:52:40 (ET)
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St. George, Utah -- Sophomore Sadie Martin paced the North Dakota women's golf team in her opening tournament of the spring season. Martin, who is tied for 33rd, posted an 81 (+9) and freshman Alexis Guggisberg was a stroke behind in a tie for 36th with an 82 (+10).

Oral Roberts grabbed a three-shot lead in the team standings on host Southern Utah with a 305 (+17). The Thunderbirds fired a 320 (+20), while UND stands in 10th place after a 334 (+46).

Junior Mikayla Kromy also made her spring debut and posted an 85 (+13), while Dani DelGreco and Emma Kishel both carded an opening-round 86 (+14).

UND will play the final round of the inaugural event at the Sunbrook Golf Club on Friday.

Top 5 Teams
1.  Oral Roberts (305, +17)
2.  Southern Utah (308, +20)
3.  South Dakota State (309, +21)
     Grand Canyon (309, +21)
5.  Eastern Washington (312, +24)

UND Individuals
t33.  Sadie Martin (81, +9) 
t36.  Alexis Guggisberg (82, +10)
t50.  Mikayla Kromy (85, +13)
t54.  Dani DelGreco (86, +14)
t54.  Emma Kishel (86, +14)

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