WOOSTER, Ohio – Earlham College women's golf climbed one spot to finish third while junior Hannah Toresdahl was fourth on the individual leaderboard in Sunday's second and final round of the Eva Shorb Weiskopf Invitational, hosted by the College of Wooster at the Wooster Country Club.
Earlham carded a 363 on Sunday at the par 72, 5,803-yard Wooster Country Club course, giving the Quakers a 724 for the 36-hole tournament. The Maroon and White finished six strokes ahead of Baldwin Wallace, who shot a 362 on Sunday and a 730 for the tournament, and were nine strokes behind second-place Ohio Wesleyan (715).
The host College of Wooster fired a 332 on Sunday, and the Fighting Scots took team honors with a 36-hole score of 671.
Toresdahl fired an 83 on Sunday – tying the second-lowest round of her collegiate career – to finish with a 170 (+26) for the tournament. She was five shots back of Wooster's Tongtong Wu (165, +21) who took medalist honors; Wooster's Megan Gronau (168, +24) was second while Ohio Wesleyan's Alexis Reichardt (169, +25) was third.
Emma Wilkins and Megan Garner both finished among the top 20 to help solidify Earlham's third-place finish. Wilkins carded a 91 on Sunday giving her 181 for the tournament and a share of 14th place. Garner was tied for 19th on the leaderboard with a 183, after firing a 95 in Sunday's second round.
Individual Natalija Ljutic fired a 122 in the second round, giving her a 247 for the tournament. She was 57th overall in the field.
Wooster's Eva Shorb Weiskopf Invitational served as the final tune-up for next weekend's Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Women's Golf Championship, which will be hosted by Earlham on Saturday, Oct. 13, and Sunday, Oct. 14, at the Liberty Country Club in Liberty, Ind.
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