The Ashland University women's golf team finished off its second and final day of the NC4K College Classic on Monday (March 30), coming away with a second-place finish.
The Eagles shot a 634 and finished just three strokes back of the 15th-ranked Grand Valley State Lakers, who won the tournament with a 631.
Eagle junior Ali Green was the tournament medalist after shooting a 72 on Sunday and an 80 on Monday. Her 152 was two strokes better than Wheeling Jesuit's Kasey Frazier and Findlay's Michele Schambs, who tied for second with a 154.
Sophomore Kaitlin Neumann turned in a 161 over her two days of competition, earning her a ninth-place finish. Seniors Abby Tepe and Madison Musick both finished right on the heels of Neumann in the individual standings. Tepe collected a 163 and earned an 11th-place finish. Musick's round of 75 on Monday was the best recorded by an Eagle. She landed in 13th place with a score of 164.
Sophomore Emily Jereb was consistent with rounds of 83 and 84, earning herself a 22nd-place finish.
The Eagles will travel to Tiffin for its Spring Invitational on April 12.