Macalester’s women’s golf team shot a two-round score of 641 to break the school record for 36 holes at the Division III Classic, hosted by Gustavus Adolphus College at Emerald Greens Golf Course in September.

Bailey Lengfelder ’26 (Renton, Wash.), pictured at left, topped the program’s 18-hole record for an individual while tying the school record for 36 holes. As a team, the Scots finished in ninth place out of seventeen teams.

Lengfelder shot a two-round score of 149 to tie for fourth and break the school record of 153, held by Macalester Hall of Famer Kristy Schaaf ’03. Her second-round score of 73 tied the mark set by All-American Jordan Matheson ’09 at the NCAA Championships in 2009.

“Bailey has gotten off to an incredible start in her college golf career,” says head golf coach Johnny Greene. “Obviously, breaking records is fun and we should recognize that, but Bailey has bought into what we’re trying to achieve here as a team. It’ll be exciting to see what this program and Bailey can accomplish in the next few years.”

November 21 2022

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