SVSU Women’s golf placed 12th at the three- round William Beall Fall Classic on Oct. 4 and Oct. 5 in Findlay, Ohio.
Findlay University hosted the Classic where Barry University, located in Miami-Dade County, beat out its competitors.
SVSU took 12th finishing just behind Northwood University by 11 points.
The team of five, freshman Rachael Krieger, freshman Brook Herbstreit, freshman Megan Thiravong, sophomore Mandy Ehrlich, and Senior Emily O’Brien, competed for SVSU at the meet.
This was a change in line up for the cardinals from their previous meet with Krieger, Herbstreit, Thiravong, freshman Amanda Enrlich and freshman Megan Kozlowski.
The leader for the Cardinals was Thiravong who tied for 15th, scoring 77 in rounds one and two and 73 in the final round, totaling 227.
Herbstreit finished in 45th place, scoring 79 in round one, 78 in round two and 76 in round three. Giving a final score of 236, only nine above Thiravong.
Close behind, O’Brien finished with a score of 237 landing in 47th place overall. She scored 79 in the first round, 78 in the second round, and 80 in the third round.
Ehrlich scored 81 in the first round, 78 in the second round, and 80 in the third round, totaling 237.
Krieger only competed in the first round of the Classic where she scored 82.
The Women’s Golf team continues its season at the Tiffin University in Tiffin Ohio for their Fall Invitational at the Mohawk Country Club on Oct. 11.
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