The third and final round of Findlay's William Beall Fall Classic was played on Tuesday (Oct. 8), and Ashland University's women's golf team finished in 13th place in the 17-team field.
For the third time in four fall tournaments, junior Sophie Hemleben turned in a top-10 individual placement. On Tuesday, Hemleben finished the tournament in a tie for fourth place with a 72-75-76 scorecard – adding to her second-place finish at Gannon and tied-for-eighth-place showing at Ferris State. That total of 223 is tied for the fourth-best 54-hole total in program history.
Indianapolis was team medalist (291-299-296—886), followed by the host Oilers (300-294-314—908) and Lindenwood (310-309-307—926). The Greyhounds' Cailyn Henderson was individual medalist at 71-73-72—216.
Ashland will be back in action on Monday and Tuesday (Oct. 14-15) at Trevecca Nazarene's Music City Invitational.