MEADVILLE, PA. -- Members of the Hiram College women's golf team completed the first North Coast Athletic Conference Women's Golf Championship event with the final round of the Allegheny (Pa.) College Invitational at the Country Club of Meadville in Meadville, Pa. [FINAL Results]
The Terriers did not qualify in the overall team standings. DePauw (Ind.) University came out in first place with a two-day total of 644 strokes (326+318=644). Host school Allegheny was second at 656 strokes (330+326=656) and Wittenberg University rounded out the top three with 338 strokes (350+350=688).
Individually, Hiram was led by senior Kritsinee Khowcharoen (Muang, Phitsanulok, Thailand/Fryeburg Academy, Maine) who completed the two-day event with a total of 161 strokes (81+80=161) and placed third overall. Sophomore Carrie Dyer (Canton/McKinley) had the second lowest tournament total for the Terriers at 238 strokes (113+125=238) and freshman Rebecca Fleischman (Pepper Pike/Orange) was third with an event total 262 strokes (124+138=262).
Hiram is next scheduled to compete in the final NCAC event of the season with the Oberlin College Invitational next weekend, Saturday-Sunday, Apr. 28-29.