TIFFIN, Ohio – Senior Hannah Toresdahl fired an 81 in Sunday's second round of the 2019 Heidleberg Women's Fall Invitational, finishing fifth overall with a 36-hole score of 167 (+23) and leading Earlham women's golf to a fourth-place finish in the tournament.
The Quakers carded a 356 as a team on Sunday, and posted a 708 for the tournament. Earlham was fourth out of 12 teams in the event.
Joining Toresdahl among the top 20 was Megan Garner, who was tied for 19th. Garner shot a 90 in Sunday's round on the par 72, 6,005-yard Mohawk Golf & Country Club course, and had a 178 (+34) for the tournament.
Emma Wilkins shot a 93 in Sunday's second round and had a 181 (+37) overall, while Claire Waggener posted a 92 and finished with a 182 (+38) over 36 holes. The two Earlham golfers finished tied for 26th and 30th respectively. Myra Robinson rounded out the scoring golfers for Earlham with a 111 on Sunday, giving her a 210 (+66) for the tournament to finish 67th.
Mount St. Joseph and College of Wooster were tied after 36 holes with a 691 (+115), with Mount St. Joseph eking out the team championship on the first playoff hole.
Rio Grande's Rafaella Gioffre earned medalist honors after shooting a 163 (+19) for the tournament, with rounds of 84 and 79.
Earlham women's golf competes in the HCAC Preview event hosted by Bluffton University on September 21-22, 2019, at the Bluffton Golf Club.