WAVERLY, Iowa - Erin Lang (Watertown, Wis./Watertown) became the fourth female golfer in school history to earn All-Iowa Conference honors on Saturday, as she led the Kohawks at the Iowa Conference Championships.
For the second time in three rounds, Lang fired a 76. Her 76 in the second round broke the school record, as she tied it once again today. Lang finished seventh with a 329 for the four-day tournament, breaking the 72-hole school record by eight strokes.
Jade Hess (Fonda, Iowa/Newell-Fonda) shot an 88 on Saturday, her best round of the tournament, as she finished 22nd with a 360. Colleen Zuk (Kansas City, Mo./Bishop Miege) shot a 93 on Saturday, as she placed 25th with a 370. Bethany Lehman (Plainfield, Iowa/Nashua Plainfield) had her best round of the year on Saturday, as she shot a 90. Lehman finished 28th with a 375. Chloe Crain (Indianola, Iowa/Indianola) rounded out the scoring for the Kohawks, as she shot a 92 on Saturday. Crain finished 30th with a 381 for the tournament.
Coe's 346 on Saturday was the second-best round of the year for the Kohawks. Coe finished sixth with a 1,428 over the four rounds. It was the third-lowest score in school history.Central won the team title with a 1,300, beating Wartburg by eight strokes. Wartburg's Rochelle Beardsley won the individual title with a 311.