Women's Golfers Battle Tough Conditions in Round 3 of IIAC Championships

Women's Golfers Battle Tough Conditions in Round 3 of IIAC Championships

It was a soggy and wet day out on the course in round three of this year's Iowa Conference Women's Golf Championships as things shifted to Indianola, and after battling through multiple delays, the round was finally suspended with a few holes to play.

BVU was one six teams to complete their rounds, and freshman Raelinn Arnold is currently fourth after a round of 83.  She's just a shot out of third and two back of second, as each of the top-three golfers still have two holes yet to play in round three.

Emily Kim fought through the round and carded a 92 and has dipped five spots down to 17th.  Graysen Mechler is in 22nd after her 93 while Katleyn Baltes and Nichole Rohner rounded out the line-up for the Beavers who posted a 382 and remain seventh.

Nebraska Wesleyan and the University of Dubuque are separated by just one shot and stand 22 and 23 shots in front of BVU.

Wartburg College is back atop the leaderboard with two holes yet to be finished in the third round.  The Knights hold a five shot lead over Luther and are nine clear of Central.

Those yet to finish will go out and complete their rounds at 10:45am before their final round begins.  The remaining golfers will tee-off the final 18 holes starting at 10:00am.