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Juniro Mikayla Kromy carded an 82 in the final round of the HBU Husky Invitational on Tuesday.
Kromy helps pace UND on final day at HBU Husky Invite
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Updated: Saturday 04/01/2014 15:37:28 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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HOUSTON -- The North Dakota women's golf team wrapped up play at the 2014 Houston Baptist Husky Invitational on Tuesday with sophomore Sadie Martin and junior Mikayla Kromy both carding an 82 (+10) to lead the Green and White.

Martin was the top UND finisher, tying for 43rd with a 54-hole total of 246 (+30). Martin's 82 would end up being her stroke average for the three-round event after shooting a 77 and an 87 in the opening two rounds. Kromy's 82 was her best score of the tournament as she finished 56th with a 251 (+35).

Sophomore Emma Kishel had her best round of the tournament on Tuesday with an 89 (+17). She improved her score in all three rounds. 

Lamar broke a three-way for first entering the final round by shooting a 296 (+8) to capture the team title with the lowest team score of the three rounds. The Cardinals finished with a 915 (+51), which was seven shots clear of Louisiana-Monroe and Central Arkansas, who both carded a 303 (+15) on Tuesday.

UND stays in the Midwest for its next tournament -- the Gary Crossley Ford Kansas City Shootout -- which is scheduled for April 7-8.

Top 5 Teams
1.    Lamar (309-310-296 = 915, +51)
2.    Louisiana-Monroe (308-311-303 = 922, +58)
       Central Arkansas (313-306-303 = 922, +58)
4.    Houston Baptist (312-313-307 = 932, +68)
5.    Stephen F. Austin (321-317-307 = 945, +81)
13.  North Dakota (340-336-342 = 1018, +154)

UND Individuals
t43.  Sadie Martin (87-77-82 = 246, +30) 
56.  Mikayla Kromy (84-85-82 = 251, +35)
63.  Alexis Guggisberg (83-82-89 = 254, +38)
72.  Dani DelGreco (86-92-93 = 271, +55)
75.   Emma Kishel (100-94-89 = 283, +67)

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