Women's golf finishes seventh at MSJ Stateline Shootout

Hannah Toresdahl

HARRISON,Ohio – Earlham College women's golf finished in seventh place at the season opening Mount St. Joseph Stateline Shootout, which concluded Sunday at Miami-Whitewater Forest Golf Club.

The Quakers finished with a 742 (+158) for the 36-hole tournament on the par 73, 5910-yard Miami-Whitewater course.

Senior Emma Wilkins was the top Earlham finisher, tying for sixth place overall with a 171 (+25) for the tournament. She fired an 85 in Sunday's second round, which was one stroke better than her Saturday score.

Senior Hannah Toresdahl had a great bounce-back round on Sunday with a 15-over par score of 88, which was a nine-stroke improvement from Saturday's round.  Toresdahl tied for 25th place overall with a two-day total of 185 (+39).

Sophomore Claire Waggener (191, +45) was tied for 30th overall, while junior Megan Garner (195, +49) was tied for 38th and sophomore Myra Robinson (208, +62) was tied for 50th. Junior Brittney Chong (226,+80) and sophomore Daniela Joseph (230, +84) competed as individuals and placed tied for 54th and tied for 57th respectively.  

Mount Saint Joseph (676, +92) came away with the team championship beating out Hanover College (694, +110).  For the individual title, after one playoff hole, Ohio Wesleyan's Alexis Reichardt (167, +21) edged out Mount St. Joseph's Emma Schrand (167, +21).

Earlham returns to competition on Saturday, Sept. 7, with the Earlham Fall Invitational at the Liberty Country Club.