Women's Golf

Rocky's Clancy ties for 15th at nationals
LINCOLN, Neb. -- Kyla Clancy of Rocky Mountain College finished in a four-way tie for 15th place on Friday following the final round of the NAIA women's golf championships at Wilderness Ridge. The sophomore from Park City closed with a 3-over par 75 and wound up at 18-over 306 (76-77-78-75) for the 72-hole event. It was her first national tournament for the Battlin' Bears. "She had a great, great week," Rocky coach Aaron Pohle. "From start to finish her short game was really solid." For complete story from the Billings Gazette: Read more
Rocky golfers miss cut at nationals
LINCOLN, Neb. -- The women's golf team from Rocky Mountain College missed the cut Thursday at the 27-team NAIA championships being played at Wilderness Ridge. The Battlin' Bears wound up with a 54-hole total of 1,025, which placed them outside the cut line of 989. Seventeen teams moved on to Friday's closing round, with top-ranked SCAD of Savannah, Ga., and defending champion Oklahoma City tied for the lead at 914. Lewis-Clark State of the Frontier Conference survived the cut and is sitting 15th at 976. Rocky sophomore Kyla Clancy, who is in a three-way tie for 18th place individually, will also keep playing on Friday. She is at 15-over 231 after three rounds, 11 strokes out of the lead. For complete story from the Billings Gazette: Read more