Tigers golfers win in Indiana

Monday, April 5, 2004 | 12:00 a.m. CDT; updated 9:40 a.m. CDT, Tuesday, July 8, 2008

The Missouri women’s golf team won the Indiana Invitational on Sunday in Bloomington.

Missouri was second heading into the final day, but shot a 296 to total 908 and beat Michigan State by 13 strokes.

Missouri’s Denise Knaebel tied for second with 223 and Kelli Strubinger finished fourth with 224.

COLUMBIA COLLEGE SOFTBALL: The Cougars lost 2-1 to Iowa Wesleyan and beat Culver-Stockton 9-1 in the McKendree Classic in New Baden, Ill. Krista Viefhaus hit a solo home run in both games for the Cougars.

Monica Mueller was the Cougars’ losing pitcher, giving up four hits and two earned runs. Kerri Gapka gave up no earned runs and struck out five to earn the win in the second game.

Columbia College (26-5) went 3-1 in the weekend tournament.

UNITED STATES TENNIS ASSOCIATION: Columbia resident Skip Walther will play on the 2004 United States Men’s 50 tennis team and compete in the Fred Perry Cup May 3-8 in Antalya, Turkey.

Walter, 51, finished 2003 ranked No. 6 in the USTA National 50s and won the 2002 National Senior Grass Court Championship.

BOYS’ YOUTH SOCCER: The Columbia Tornadoes won the U-10 division of the Spring Soccerfest on Saturday and Sunday in Jefferson City. The Tornadoes went 3-1 and scored 24 goals.

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