Women’s golf shoots 331 at Ogio-Bulldog Classic

Freshman Alexis Gopfert leads Eagles to tie for sixth place after day one.


Courtesy of Max Allen

Joel Ashor, Writer

The Biola women’s golf team traveled to Redlands, Calif. to the Eagle Springs Golf Course for the Ogio-Bulldog Classic on March 27. They finished day one with a 331 to enter day two tied for sixth place overall with Corban University.  

Day one of the competition at Eagles Springs golf course found nine teams facing off in the annual Ogio-Bulldog Classic. Along with Biola University, eight other colleges and universities played, including University of Redlands, George Fox University, Centenary College, Wittenberg University, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, Corban University, California Lutheran University and University of La Verne.

Freshman Alexis Gopfert was Biola’s top scorer, finishing with a score of 80 to enter day two in a tie for fifteenth place. She was followed by freshman Tori Roeske who shot an 82 on the day. Next came freshman Jenny Zhang who shot an 84. She was joined by sophomore Mary Karnazes and junior Lauren Van Horn who also shot 84s. Senior Amanda Hobbs shot an 87 to close the day out for the Eagles.

Biola sits five shots behind fifth place Claremont Mudd Scripps and trail first place George Fox by 23 strokes.  

Play continues at Eagle Creek Golf Course for day two of the tournament on March 28.

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