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Connellsville’s Craig-Nyiri falls in Round of 32 at USGA Mid-Am


Jordan Craig-Nyiri’s quest at winning the 32 nd United States Golf Association Women’s Mid-Am ended Tuesday in the Round of 32.

Craig, a Connellsville native, dropped a 6 and 5 decision to No. 1-ranked Shannon Johnson of Norton, Mass. at Norwood Hills Country Club in St. Louis.

Two birdies and a Craig-Nyiri bogey helped Johnson grab a commanding 3-up lead after five holes. She was 4-up after nine holes and finished off the match on No. 13.

Craig-Nyiri and Jeannette’s Katie Miller competed in the 2018 event. Miller fell in the Round of 64 on Monday.

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