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Ong wins MIAA golf championship

Shi Qing Ong take first in MIAA golf championship for MWSU.

Posted: Apr 24, 2019 7:23 PM

MAYETTA, Kan. - For the second-consecutive season, Shi Qing Ong is the MIAA's Women's Golf individual champion.

Ong claimed the title with a three-round total of 215 (-1), dominating the field with a six-stroke championship victory.

Missouri Western placed fourth in the team standings, advancing one spot since entering Wednesday's final round in fifth.

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