On the second and final day of the Las Vegas Desert Classic on Monday (March 6), Ashland University's women's golf team moved up two spots and finished fifth in the 14-team field.
The Eagles' second-day round of 311 allowed them to finish at 69-over 645. Lee (611) won the team title, followed by Missouri-St. Louis (613), Grand Valley State (636) and Regis (642).
Senior Kaitlin Neumann fired a 76 on Monday to finish in a tie for ninth individually with a two-day total of 12-over 156. Freshman Krystal Hu improved upon her Sunday (March 5) round of 84 with a Monday 75 to finish in a tie for 18th (159).
Sophomore Morgan Eib (83-81—164), sophomore Monica Torda (87-79—166), freshman Anna Schatschneider (90-85—175), freshman Logan Pottorf (94-84—178) and sophomore Kayleigh McHugh (89-92—181) rounded out the Ashland lineup.
UP NEXT: At the Perry Park Spring Fling on March 24-25.