After two days at the NJCAA national women’s golf tournament, Dodge City Community College finds themselves standing at 16th, moving up two places from the opening day.

    Dodge City head coach Ed Bethea said he believed his team’s improvement was due to being more familiar with the course and relaxing a little bit.

    On the first day, Dodge City shot a 417 and on Wednesday, they shot a 395 and have an overall score of 812.


 After two days at the NJCAA national women’s golf tournament, Dodge City Community College finds themselves standing at 16th, moving up two places from the opening day.
    Dodge City head coach Ed Bethea said he believed his team’s improvement was due to being more familiar with the course and relaxing a little bit.
    On the first day, Dodge City shot a 417 and on Wednesday, they shot a 395 and have an overall score of 812.
    Abby Barlow improved the most in the two days, going from a 108 on Tuesday to a 96 on Wednesday.
    BriAnn Howell leads the Conquistadors going into the final day of the tournament today with a 102.
    The tourney was scheduled to last four days, but the first day was canceled because of rain.
    Daytona College is at the top of the leader board with a 578, getting some help from Mitsuki Katahira, who leads all individuals at 137.
    Dodge City’s Katelyn Hamilton, a Dodge City High School product, shot a 206. Rihonnion Downs had a 208, and Kristin Ronnebaum had a 210 after two days.
DCCC men floundering
    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — The Dodge City Community College men’s golf team finds itself near the bottom of the standings at the NJCAA national tournament.
    The Conquistadors have shot a 625 after two days for 20th place out of 22 teams.
    Dodge City does not feature a sophomore on the roster, and has improved by six strokes in the second day of the four-day tournament.
    Individually, the Conquistadors are led by Chien Hau Tan’s 8-over-par 152 in two days. His score is good enough for 52nd.
    Central Alabama’s Zach Primavera leads the tournament with a 140.
    Dodge City’s Ross Milne shot a 155, Austin Maxwell has a 160, Trent Specht has a 163 and Brett Patterson shot a 184.