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MU golfers win Berning Invitational

Tuesday, April 12, 2005 | 12:00 a.m. CDT; updated 1:03 p.m. CDT, Thursday, July 17, 2008

The Missouri women’s golf team won the Susie Maxwell Berning Invitational on Monday in Norman, Okla.

Sophomore Kelli Strubinger shot a 222, earning a career-best second. Denise Knaebel, Maria Ohlsson and Mindy Bullard also placed in the top 10.

The Tigers play in the Big 12 Conference Championships in Austin, Texas on April 23.

MU BASEBALL: The Missouri baseball team has moved to No. 13 in the Collegiate Baseball and the Baseball America polls.

The Tigers (26-6, 8-1 in the Big 12 Conference) moved up 10 spots in the Baseball America poll from No. 23 and climbed six spots from No. 19 in the Collegiate Baseball rankings.

The Tigers completed a sweep of Texas A&M on Sunday, bringing the team to its best conference start since 1981.

MU AWARDS: Juniors Kelli Strubinger of the Missouri women’s golf team and James Boone of the Missouri men’s baseball team were named this week’s Lathrop & Gage Student-Athletes of the Week.

ROCK BRIDGE LACROSSE: The Bruins defeated Shawnee Mission 10-1 on Saturday and Springfield Glendale 15-4 on Sunday.

The Bruins’ play Rockhurst on April 23 at Cosmopolitan Park.


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