Sept. 18 – HUDSON, Ohio – Led by first-year player Kathi Kline, the Hiram College women's golf team took to the course for the first time this season, competing at The John Carroll Invitational on Sunday and Monday.
Kicking off her collegiate career, Kline finished day one in a tie for 22nd with a total score of 102. Kline rebounded on the 5,812-yard course on day two, opening the front nine with a 44.
Kline finished the second day with a 98, totaling a 200 in her two-round debut, which was good for 24th place, overall. Senior Alyse Gillentine also competed on the weekend, improving her score by 12 strokes from day one to day two.
The individual medalist of the event was Cleveland State's Ashley Knight, who finished the tournament at +7. Mount Union's Olivia DeMartino and Morgan Brumenschenkel rounded out the top three. The overall team title went to The University of Mount Union, which posted a total score of 690.
The women's golf team will be back in action at the Guy and Jeanna Kuhn Memorial Invitational on Sunday and Monday, September 24 and 25. The invitational will be held at the Meadville Country Club in Meadville, Pa.