HOT SPRINGS, Ark. — Freshman Lily Allman made the first hole-in-one in Missouri Southern women’s golf history and posted a team-best final round of 74 on Monday to lead the Lions to a 12th-place team finish at the Division II Central Region Preview at Hot Springs Country Club.
Allman’s ace came on the par-3 third hole. The McDonald County High School product finished with a 36-hole score of 160 in the tournament to place in a tie for 58th individually.
Grace Garner led Southern in the individual leaderboard with a 28th-place finish. She posted four birdies and shot a 75 in the final 18 holes to finish with a final card of 153 for the tournament.
Maggie Moore finished with a 158 and tied for 47th, while Hannah Torres and Kylie Carnes shot 162 and 164, respectively.
Arkansas Tech’s Jacqueline Klemm and Arkansas-Monticello’s Chiara Sturaro tied for first place with matching scores of 144.
Central Missouri took home the team title with an overall score of 593, which bested runner-up Arkansas Tech by two strokes.
Northeastern State (597) finished third as a team and was followed by Central Oklahoma (599), Arkansas-Monticello (603), Rogers State (605)ta State (644), Southern Arkansas (651), Southern Nazarene (654) and Northwestern Oklahoma State (655).
and Southwest Minnesota State (660).