Missouri women's golfer Julia Potter concluded her collegiate career Saturday an with an 80 in the final round of the NCAA Central Regional in Columbus, Ind. She finished the day with a 54-hole score of 234, which put her in a tie for 26th place. Potter started her third round on the back nine and carded a 41, before shooting a 39 on the front nine.
Potter is one of the Missouri program's most successful golfers. She had 21 career top-10 finishes and five times earned medalist honors in her four years with the Tigers. She was a three-time All-Big 12 honoree and participated in four NCAA Regionals. Her best showing in a Regional came in 2008, when she finished 10th.
USC, Arizona State, Purdue, New Mexico, Oklahoma State, Florida State, Oregon and Kent State were the top eight finishers in the Central Regional and advance to the NCAA Championship. Georgia's Marta Silva Zamora and Denver's Kimberly Kim qualified as individuals for the NCAA Championship.