Women's Golf Competes as Individuals at Oberlin Invitational

OBERLIN, OHIO  --  For the second consecutive week, members of the Hiram College women's golf team competed as individuals in the second North Coast Athletic Conference event following the first round of the Oberlin College Invitational in Oberlin.  [First Round Results]

The Terriers did not qualify in the overal team standings which are led by DePauw (Ind.) University after the first 18-holes with an overall score of 327 strokes.  Allegheny (Pa.) College is second with 327 strokes and Wittenberg University is third at 340 strokes.

Leading the way for Hiram was senior Kritsinee Khowcharoen (Muang, Phitsanulok, Thailand/Fryeburg Academy, Maine) who shot a first round 75 and is first overall individually.  Sophomore Carrie Dyer (Canton/McKinley) carded an opening-round 113 strokes and freshman Becky Fleischman (Pepper Pike/Orange) was third at 140 strokes.

Heading into the final round of the NCAC Women's Golf Championships, DePauw leads in the team standings with a total of 971 strokes.  Allegheny is second with 983 strokes, followed by Wittenberg in third at 1,028 strokes.

The tournament concludes tomorrow (Sunday, Apr. 29) with the final round of the Oberlin Invitational in Oberlin.