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PEORIA, Ill. — Northern Iowa tied for fourth at the shortened Bradley Invitational Sunday at WeaverRidge Golf Club.

Allison Rolinger led the Panthers with a fourth-place individual in a tournament that was shortened to 36 holes from 54. Rolinger shot rounds of 79 and 77 to finish nine shots back of medalist Danielle Lemek of Bradley, who fired forunds of 71-76.

Bradley won the team title with a score of 614, while Loyola (642), Indiana State (649) and UNI and Western Illinois (653) were tightly bunched behind the Braves.

Sarah McMichael was the Panthers’ next best finisher as she carded a 163 with a low-round of 80.

Bradley Invitational

TEAM STANDINGS — 1. Bradley 314-300 — 614, 2. Loyola 327-315 — 642, 3. Indiana State 327-322 — 649, 4. UNI 331-322 — 653, Western Illinois 330-323 — 653, 6. SIU-Edwardsville 341-321 — 662, 7. Drake 326-337 — 663, 8. Illinois-Chicago 340-327 — 667, 9. Evansville 337-332 — 669, 10. Nebraska-Omaha 335-335 — 670, 11. DePauw 341-337 — 678, Bradley B 347-331 — 678, 13. Wisconsin-Green Bay 352-335 — 687.

NORTHERN IOWA — 4. Allison Rolinger 79-77 — 156, 10. Sarah McMichael 83-80 — 163, 21. Paige VanDyk 84-80 — 164, 40. Maddie Bertsch 85-85 — 170, 44. Sonja Przybylski 85-86 — 171.

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