Tournament info: Concordia Bulldog Invite

By Jacob Knabel on Apr. 5, 2021 in Women's Golf

SEWARD, Neb. – After a year hiatus, the Concordia Bulldog Invite is back in 2021. The two-day tournament will play out Tuesday and Wednesday at Highland Golf Course in Lincoln, Neb., and feature a total of 90 golfers from 15 different institutions. Head Coach Brett Muller’s program hosted a similar one-day event in late March of 2019 before last year’s scheduled tournament was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

2021 Concordia Bulldog Invite

April 6-7 | 10 a.m. CT shotgun start (both days)
Highlands Golf Course | Lincoln, Neb.
Live Scoring: Golf Genius (GGID= 2021BulldogInvite)
--The Golf Genius app can be downloaded on mobile devices

Competing Teams
Bellevue University
Briar Cliff University
Concordia University
College of Saint Mary
Dakota Wesleyan University
Doane University
Dordt University
Hastings College
Iowa Lakes CC
Iowa Western CC
Morningside College
Mount Marty University
Nebraska Wesleyan University
Northwestern College
York College

This will mark the third outing of the spring for Concordia University Women’s Golf. The Bulldogs also competed at the Texas Intercollegiate (March 8-9) and the Kansas Wesleyan Invite (March 29-30). Muller’s team has gotten a boost this spring from the addition of Concordia University, Portland transfer Mia Martin, who has averaged an 18-hole score of 83.3 through four rounds. She has provided competition at the top of the lineup for Kendra Placke (81.6 season average). Placke captured tournament titles in the fall at the Matthew Goette Classic and the Buena Vista Invite.

In 12 total team rounds in 2020-21, the Bulldogs have averaged a team score of 354.3. They won the Matthew Goette Classic championship and placed second at the Buena Vista Invite. Beyond Placke and Martin, the team’s top five (in terms of scoring average) includes Andrea Peterson (90.3), Lauren Havlat (94.0) and Logan Eschliman (95.8).

The competition at the Concordia Bulldog Invite will be fierce. The tournament field includes GPAC frontrunner Morningside and a Dakota Wesleyan squad that currently sits in third place in the conference. In addition, perennially strong Iowa Western Community College will be present while aiming for a third tournament championship already this spring. Also notable, Bellevue University is coming off a title at the TPC Deere Run Classic.

Following action at Highlands, the Bulldogs will look forward to the Wayne State Wildcat Classic coming up April 11-12 at Wayne Country Club.