OBERLIN, OHIO -- Members of the Hiram College women's golf team competed as individuals in the second North Coast Athletic Conference event following the finalround of the Oberlin College Invitational in Oberlin. Following the tournament, senior Kritsinee Khowcharoen (Muang, Phitsanulok, Thailand/Fryeburg Academy, Maine) was named the NCAC Women's Golf Player of the Year. [FINAL Results] [FINAL NCAC Women's Golf Championship Standings]
The Terriers did not qualify in the overal team standings. Allegheny (Pa.) College won the event with a two-day total 637 strokes (327+310=637). DePauw (Ind.) University was second with 638 strokes (327+311=638) and Wittenberg University finished third at 666 strokes (340+326=666).
Khowcharoen shot an 85 in the final round and ended the event with a total of 160 strokes (75+85=160). Sophomore Carrie Dyer (Canton/McKinley) was second on the team with 231 strokes (113+118=231) and freshman Becky Fleischman (Pepper Pike/Orange) was third at 272 strokes (140+132=272).
In the overall NCAC Women's Golf Championship standings, DePauw captured the team title with a total of 1,282 strokes. Allegheny was second with 1,293 strokes and Wittenberg was third at 1,354 strokes.