Slicing 26 strokes off its first-day total, Ashland University's women's golf team ended the two-day NC4K College Classic with a third-place finish among a 19-team field.
On Day 2 on Monday (April 4) in Blacklick, Ohio, the Eagles finished with a team score of 316, the second-best round of the day and the third-best round in this year's tournament. AU's two-day total of 658 was bested only by champion Grand Valley State (613) and second-place Findlay (643).
Two Eagles – junior Kaitlin Neumann and senior Ali Green – finished in the top 10 individually. Neumann fired a 76 on Monday to finish fifth with a two-day score of 154, while Green's 76 and two-day total of 161 landed her into a tie for ninth.
Playing as an individual, freshman Kayleigh McHugh was tied for 51st at 89-88—177.
The AU women will compete at the Dolores Black Falcon Invitational at Stone Ridge Golf Club in Bowling Green, Ohio, on Saturday (April 9) and Sunday (April 10).