LIBERTY, Ind. – Senior Hannah Toresdahl finished sixth overall on the individual leaderboard and led Earlham College women's golf to a third-place finish out of four squads at the Earlham Women's Golf Fall Invitational, which concluded Sunday at the Liberty Country Club.
Toresdahl carded an 86 in Sunday's second round and completed the 36-hole tournament with a 164 (+24).
Senior Emma Wilkins and junior Megan Garner were tied for 10th individually with a 171 (+31). Wilkins fired an 85 in Sunday's second round, while Garner shot an 86 on the par 70, 5,801-yard Liberty Country Club course.
Sophomore Claire Waggener was two strokes back of Garner and Wilkins, rebounding nicely from Saturday's round of 92 to card an 81 on Sunday and finish with a 36-hole score of 173 (+33). Sophomore Myra Robinson was Earlham's final scorer with a 109 on Sunday, giving her a 213 (+73) for the tournament.
IU-Kokomo's Brandi Jones took medalist honors with a 156 (+16) over 36 holes with a 78 in each round. She edged out IU-East's Lexie Fields (157, +17) by one stroke.
IU East also won the team title with a 647 (+87) for the tournament. IU-Kokomo (678, +118) was second, followed by Earlham with a 679 (+119). Earlham's round of 338 on Sunday set a new benchmark for single round low score on a par 70 course, eclipsing a mark set the day before the Quakers' 341. The 36-hole score of 679 is also a new program low score on a par 70 course.
Earlham women's golf is back on the course next Saturday, Sept. 14, when it competes in the Heidelberg College Invitational.