In its final round prior to the 2017 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championships, Ashland University's women's golf team shot a 307 to move up and finish in a tie for second on Tuesday (April 11) at the Cav Classic in Canton.
The Eagles finished the two-day tournament at 622, 14 shots behind champion Grand Valley State (608) and tied with Northern Michigan for the runner-up title. Ashland has finished in the top three as a team in three of the last four tournaments.
Senior Kaitlin Neumann continued her strong spring, ending in a tie for second individually at 75-74—149. It is Neumann's sixth consecutive top-10 placement and eighth in 10 tournaments in 2016-17. She has finished in the top five three times this season, and has fired a 75 or better in five of her last nine rounds.
Redshirt freshman Krystal Hu placed in a tie for sixth with her two-day showing of 76-76—152. In five spring tournaments, she has been in the top 10 three times.
The Cav Classic was played at Glenmoor Country Club in Canton, where the 2017 NCAA Super Regional will take place on May 8-10.
UP NEXT: The 2017 GLIAC Championships, April 21-23, at Virtues Golf Club in Nashport, Ohio.