Grace’s women’s golf team wrapped up the Crossroads League Championships on Tuesday, ending the tournament in fifth place.
After two consistent rounds on Monday of 326 and 327, the cold, windy conditions made golf much tougher on Tuesday. Eight of the nine teams had their worst round on Tuesday, the majority by at least 10 strokes.
Rebecca Hawes had the team’s lowest total for the NAIA No. 25-ranked Lady Lancers. She was remarkably consistent, producing a scoreline of 80-82-82 to finish in 17th place.
“We had to fight high winds and cold temperatures, and it’s great to see this team continue to fight and grow throughout the year,” said Grace head coach Denny Duncan. “This team has very exciting times ahead.”
To read the day one recap for the first two rounds, click here.
To see complete scoring, click here.
Grace’s season may not be complete, however. The Lady Lancers are aiming for an at-large bid to the NAIA National Championships, held May 25-28 in Oklahoma City, Okla. The NAIA qualifiers will be announced on May 13.
Hawes 80 | 82 | 82 … 244
Young 80 | 82 | 83 … 245
Pacocha 80 | 78 | 87 … 245
Harvey 86 | 85 | 89 … 260
Slabaugh 91 | – | 93 … 184*
Fishel – | 95 | – … 95*