W&J Women's Golf Wraps Up Fall Season In Ohio
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio -- The Washington & Jefferson College women's golf team placed 14th of 15 teams this weekend at the two-day Wittenberg University Pat Clouse Invitational at Springfield Country Club.
Ithaca won the team title with 627 strokes (316-311). The Bombers edged out DePauw (639) for the championship. W&J carded 829 total strokes (413-416).
Ithaca's Sharon Li posted a two-day score of 148 (77-71) to win the individual championship, seven strokes ahead of two other golfers.
The Presidents were led by sophomore Amanda Halula (Mechanicsburg, Pa./Cumberland Valley) and junior Jennifer Suder (Cranberry Township, Pa./Seneca Valley), who tied for 60th place in the 76-golfer field. Halula shot 96 Saturday and 98 on Sunday, while Suder followed a round of 101 with the team's lowest round of the tournament, a 93 on Sunday.
Senior Katelyn Vannoy (Beaver Falls, Pa./Blackhawk) turned in a score of 212 for 36 holes (104-108), while freshman Maeve Palmieri (Pittsburgh, Pa./Oakland Catholic) posted 229 shots (112-117). Sophomore Kylie McKenna (Pittsburgh, Pa./Upper St. Clair) was one shot back of Palmieri at 230 (112-118).
W&J will be back on the course in late March (29-30) at the McDaniel Invitational for the opening of the spring season.