Led by Terrier sophomore, Kathi Kline, the Hiram College women's golf team competed at the John Carroll Invitational hosted by the Country Club of Hudson on Sunday and Monday.
Competing as individuals during the two-day event, the Terriers played in their second tournament of the season following a two-week hiatus. Day one saw Kline card a 113, while Terrier freshman Toni Sikon finished with a 127 in just her second collegiate event.
On day two, both athletes scored lower rounds than the previous afternoon. Kline dropped a pair of strokes, posting a 111, for a two-day total of 224. She finished in 22nd place.
Sikon, meanwhile, carded a 119 on the second day, dropping eight strokes from her round one total. She finished 23rd with a 246.
The rest of the tournament field saw John Carroll's Sarah Beckwith and Baldwin-Wallace University's Anna Schatschneider card identical scores (164) to tie for first. The University of Mount Union took the team title with a combined score of 675.
Hiram will be back in action on Sunday and Monday, September 23 and 24 as they travel to Meadville, Pa. to take place in the Allegheny College Invitational. Action at the Meadville Country Club is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. on Sunday morning.