Women’s golf concludes fall schedule

Vince Lovergine, Women's Golf Reporter

The Eastern women’s golf team wrapped up the last 18 holes of their final invitational of the fall schedule on Tuesday.

The Panthers continued their strong play as a team in day two, and as a result, Eastern posted its best overall mark in the standings of the fall season.

Junior Anne Bahr tied for 17th out the 58 qualifying players on day two, shooting an 81 in round two to bring her combined total to 159.

Bahr said she liked her team’s effort today and it resulted in another strong performance.

“I think we were all a little more comfortable with the course and how it was playing,” she said. “Which helped to lower the team score.”

Senior Chloe Wong was right behind Bahr finishing in a tie at 22nd after shooting an eight over par for a total of 161.

Senior Madison Burgett finished in a four-way tie placing 41st for Eastern shooting a 12-over 84. Her round two score of 84 brought her overall score to 169.

Senior Alexandra Pickens placed in a three-way tie for 47th after a 12-over 84. She dropped her round two score by six points giving her a total score of 174.

Sophomore Katlyn Hasprey placed 58th in the invitational firing a 94 in round two. Her total score was 187 concluding the day for Eastern.

The host team Evansville took home first place with a score of 617, edging out Butler University who finished with a score of 620. In third place was Indiana State University for a total of 622.

Following them was Northern Kentucky (625), Valparaiso (636), Chicago State (642) and Lipscomb University (649).

In the bottom two spots of the standings, Eastern finished eighth (663), followed by Tennessee State (699).

Vince Lovergine can be reached at 581-2812 or [email protected]