SVSU Women’s golf took seventh at the two-round Lady Bulldog Invite this past Sunday and Monday.
Ferris State University hosted the Lady Bulldog Invitational for golf teams from across Michigan.
SVSU came in seventh with its team of five girls just behind Northwood University.
The team, freshman Rachael Krieger, freshman Brook Herbstreit, freshman Megan Thiravong, sophomore Amanda Ehrlich and freshman Megan Kozlowski competed for SVSU at the meet.
The leader for the cardinals was Krieger, who tied for 20th place, with a final score of 159, 75 for round one and 84 for round two.
Herbstreit wasn’t far behind tying for 27th place and scoring 84 in the first round, 78 in the second round, totaling 162.
Thiravong tied for 33rd place, scoring 82 for both rounds, totaling 164, only two behind Herbstreit.
Ehrlich tied for 41th, scoring 86 in the first and 81 in the second, totaling 167.
Following Enrlich, Kozlowski tied for 46th scoring 83 for round one and 85 for round two, totaling 168.
The team finished with a first-round score of 324, a second-round score of 325 giving them a total score of 649.
The Cardinals continue in action on Monday Oct. 4 at the William Beall Classic at Findlay Country Club in Findlay, Ohio.
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