TIFFIN,Ohio – Earlham College women's golf placed two golfers among the top 20 on its way to a seventh-place finish at the Heidelberg Fall Invitational, which concluded Sunday at the Mohawk Golf & Country Club.
The Quakers finished with a 745 (+161) for the 36-hole tournament on the par 73, 5933-yard Mohawk course.
Megan Garner was the top Earlham finisher in 15th place with a 181 (+35) for the tournament. She fired a 89 in Sunday's second round, three strokes better than her Saturday score.
Junior Hannah Toresdahl also finished within the top 20, tying for 19th with a 184 (+38) over 36 holes. Toresdahl fired an 87 on Sunday, carding Earlham's lowest individual round of the tournament.
Claire Waggener (189, +43) was tied for 27th overall, while Emma Wilkins (191, +45) was 32nd and Daniela Joseph (219, +73) was tied for 68th. Myra Robinson competed as an individual, and was tied for 73rd with a 230.
College of Wooster captured the team title with a 680 (+96), defeating runner-up Ohio Northern with 712 (+128). On the individual leaderboard, Allegheny's Ali Metzger (162, +16) took medalist honors by one stroke over Ohio Wesleyan's Alexis Reichardt with a 163 (+17).
Earlham return to competition on Saturday, Sept. 29, with the Earlham Fall Invitational at the Liberty Country Club.
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