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GREENEVILLE, Tenn. -- Rocky Mountain College missed the cut Thursday at the NAIA women's national golf championships.
GREENEVILLE, Tenn. -- Rocky Mountain College slipped to 19th place Wednesday after the second round of play at the NAIA women's national golf championships at Link Hills Golf & Country Club.
GREENEVILLE, Tenn. -- Rocky Mountain College shot an opening round of 22-over par 314 Tuesday and is sitting in a tie for 14th place heading into the second day of the NAIA women's national golf championships.
On the day she was offered a golf scholarship to Rocky Mountain College, Rachel Hosterman said "the room was spinning.
The women's golf team at Rocky Mountain College has climbed into the NAIA Top 25 poll after winning last week's Frontier Conference tournament championship in Missoula.
The men's and women's golf teams from Rocky Mountain College will be shooting for berths to nationals Monday and Tuesday during the Frontier Conference postseason tournament at Larchmont Golf Course in Missoula.
The men's golf team from Rocky Mountain College will head into next week's Frontier Conference championship tournament in Missoula as the No. 21-ranked squad nationally in the NAIA.