MU women's golf finishes strong in Florida

Tuesday, February 12, 2013 | 8:26 p.m. CST

The Missouri women's golf team finished strong in Tuesday's final round of the University of Central Florida Challenge in Sorrento, Fla., and tied for 13th place with Kennesaw State.

Missouri tallied a three-day total of 908 (300-308-298) for a cumulative score of 42-over par, 52 strokes behind tournament champion, North Carolina. The Tigers were led by junior Taylor Gohn, who managed to survive a final round double bogey on her opening hole and tie for 21st place at five-over par.

Missouri sophomore, Alina Rogers, fired a team best one-under par (71) on Tuesday, making three birdies in the late stages to close the tournament in a tie for 46th.

The Tigers return to action on Feb. 25 in the Sir Pizza Cards Challenge in Weston, Fla.

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