ST. CHARLES, Mo. – Fort Hays State women's golfer Hannah Perkins wrapped up her junior campaign at the 2018 NCAA Division II Super Region 3 Championship this week. Perkins finished the tournament in a tie for 30th individually. The junior fired a final round 8-over (80) on Wednesday (May 9) to finish at 14-over (230) for the week.
"I wasn't hitting the ball good and wasn't able to get up and down from off the green," said Perkins.
Perkins finished the season with a 78.5 scoring average over the course of 22 rounds played. The Wichita, Kan. native posted her lowest score of the season in the first round of the Central Regional (May 7) when she fired an even-par (72) round. Perkins picked up 38 pars and three birdies throughout the week.
"We didn't hit as many greens in regulation today," said FHSU coach Rich Guffey. "We need to work on reading greens better and making putts."
Augustana took home the team title with an aggregate score of 890. Lindenwood claimed a runner-up finish with a 900, while Arkansas Tech (902) finished third. Kali Trautman of Augustana captured the individual title with a 1-under par (215) finish for the week.
"I just plan on practicing more and hope to play good enough next season to get back [to Regionals]," said Perkins.