TIFFIN,Ohio – Earlham College shot a 371 (+79) over 18 holes and was sixth out of 15 teams on the team leaderboard following Saturday's first round at the Heidelberg Fall Invitational, held at the Mohawk Golf & Country Club.
Sophomore Megan Garner carded a 92 (+19) on the par 73, 5933-yard Mohawk course, and was the top Earlham finisher tied for 19th on the individual leaderboard.
Junior Hannah Toresdahl fired a 97 (+24) and was tied for 33rd overall through 18 holes, while junior Emma Wilkins was tied for 36th overall after shooting a 98 (+25). First years Daniela Joseph (111, +98) and Myra Robinson (122, +49) were tied for 68th and 76th respectively.
Lilly Dunning from College of Wooster leads the field of 82 golfers with an eight-over 81 in the first round, while Ohio Northern's Lydia Cranmer and Alleghany's Ali Metzger were both one stroke behind and tied for second.
Wooster sits atop the team leaderboard with a 339 (+47) after the first round, while Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference-rival Mount St. Joseph was second with a 357 (+65).
Round two begins on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018, at the Mohawk Golf & Country Club with a shotgun start at 8:00 a.m.
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