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Montana State freshman Bailey Anderson recorded the best round of the tournament for the Bobcats on Tuesday as the Hobble Creek Fall Classic concluded at Hobble Creek Golf Course in Utah.

MSU placed 13th out of 17 teams in the tournament by totaling 932 strokes (316-308-308) over the course of 54 holes. Gonzaga finished with the team title by recording 871 strokes through three rounds.

Anderson recorded a birdie and three bogeys during her third round appearance Tuesday and finished with a 2-over-par 73. Her final score of 20-over 233 trailed only Kameryn Basye in the Bobcat lineup whose 77 Thursday led her to a 230 during the two days of golf. Basye tied for 38th overall and Anderson tied for 52nd.

Jordan Briggs and Hannah Rosanova each carded 79s on Tuesday. Briggs tied for 67th at 237 strokes and Rosanova tied for 78th at 240 strokes. Annika Danenhauer placed 89th overall coming in with a 54-hole total of 244.

Northern Arizona's Kimberlee Tottori earned individual medalist honors by firing an even-par 213 during the tournament. 

"It's going to be a team effort for us to be able to move up in a better position at tournaments and ultimately in rankings," Montana State head coach Brittany Basye said. "We need four scores at 75 or below each round. We need to be consistent and stay away from the big numbers.

"We all need to work on some things these next couple days to prepare us better for our next tournament."

Montana State returns to action for its second of five tournaments this fall when the Bobcats tee off on Monday at the Kelsey Chugg Invitational hosted by Weber State.

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Colton Pool can be reached at or 406-582-2690. Follow him on Twitter @CPoolReporter.

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