ZANESVILLE, OHIO -- The Hiram College women's golf team placed second at the Muskingum University Fall Invitational at Eaglesticks Golf Course in Zanesville.
The Terriers finished with a two-day team total 785 strokes (383+402=785) to place second of four teams. The University of Mount Union won the event with a team-total 719 strokes (358+361=719). John Carroll University was third with 805 strokes (421+384=805).
Hiram was led by sophomore Alexa Griswold (Conneaut) who shot a pair of 93's to end the two-day event with 186 total strokes and placed in a tie for sixth place overall. Freshman Brogan Petree (Minerva) was second for the team with 193 strokes (92+101=193) and senior Carrie Dyer (Canton/McKinley) was third with 205 strokes (106+99=205). Sophomore Jenelle Bayus (Cortland/Lakeview) finished just behind Dyer in fourth with 206 strokes (92+114=206). Rounding out the Hiram competitors was sophomore Taylor Stott (Akron/Archbishop Hoban) who carded a 109 on the final day for a two-day total 220 strokes (111+109=220).
Hiram will conclude the 2013 fall season on Sunday, Oct. 13 at the one-day Lourdes Invitational. The round is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. at Barrington Golf Club in Aurora.