WOOSTER, Ohio – Earlham College women's golf carded a 356 on Sunday – a 30-stroke improvement over its Saturday round – and climbed to a fifth-place finish at the College of Wooster Eva Shorb Invitational, which concluded Sunday at the Wooster Country Club.
The Quakers finished with a 742 (+166) over the 36-hole event.
The host squad from Wooster won the tournament with a 36-hole score of 696 (+120), finishing two strokes ahead of second-place Otterbein (698, +122).
Senior Hannah Toresdahl was one of five golfers tied for ninth on the individual leaderboard, with a two-day total of 176 (+32) after firing an 85 in Sunday's round. The finish is her third top-10 result of the 2019-20 season.
Junior Megan Garner was tied for 18th with a 36-hole score of 185 (+41), following her round of 89 on Sunday. Senior Emma Wilkins (190, +46) and sophomore Claire Waggener (191, +47) carded rounds of 90 and 92 respectively on Sunday; Wilkins finished the tournament tied for 24th overall while Waggener was 26th.
Myra Robinson (209, +65) rounded out Earlham's five scoring golfers for the Eva Shorb Invitational and she shot a 98 in Sunday's final round.
Earlham women's golf concludes its Fall 2019 slate next weekend, October 12-13, at the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Women's Golf Championship at the Bluffton Golf Club.