SHEPHERDSVILLE, Ky. –Earlham College sophomore Hannah Toresdahl matched her first round score in Sunday's final round of the Heritage Hill Collegiate women's tournament, posting a two-day total of 182 to finish 22nd overall and lead the Quakers on the individual leaderboard.
Toresdahl carded a 91 (+19) on the par 72, 5,921-yard Heritage Hill Golf Club course, climbing one spot on the leaderboard over the course of Sunday's round.
Megan Garner jumped seven spots on the leaderboard to finish tied for 26th overall, after firing Earlham's low round of the day with an 88. She carded a 190 for the tournament. Emma Wilkins, who was tied for 23rd with Toresdahl at the completion of Saturday's round, carded a 100 on Sunday and finished the tourney tied for 29th overall with a 191.
Natalija Ljutic posted a 124 in Sunday's second round, and was 42nd on the leaderboard with a 252.
Earlham carded a second-round score of 403, a nine-stroke improvement over its Saturday score, and finished the tournament with a 36-hole total of 815.
Marian won the tournament with a two-day tally of 621, besting second-place Lawrence Tech (626) by five strokes. Indiana Tech was third with a 649.
Earlham women's golf will be back on the course this coming weekend when they compete in the Mount St. Joseph Spring Invitational on Saturday, March 24, and Sunday, March 25, at the Miami-Whitewater Golf Club.
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