Women's Golf Finishes 12th at Big Tens
April 27, 2014
FRENCH LICK, Ind. - The Indiana University women's golf team finished 12th with a 54-hole score of 947 at the 2014 Big Ten Championship on the Pete Dye Course at French Lick Resort in French Lick, Ind.
The Hoosiers posted their best round of the tournament on Sunday with a 311 (322-314-311). Michigan State and Ohio State finished as co-champions with a tally of 895, with Northwestern third (905), Penn State fourth (912) and Illinois fifth (913).
Sophomore Maria Mancini was the top Hoosier finisher, placing tied for 37th with a score of 235 (79-78-78). Mancini was solid for IU through tournament play and Sunday was no exception, highlighted by a score of -1 through the first 12 holes. Mancini was on track to shoot par with four holes remaining but went +6 with double bogeys on seven and nine.
Sophomore Camille Chevalier tied for 44th with a 237, posting the low round of the tournament for IU on Sunday with a 74 (85-78-74). Chevalier was even through the first 10 holes and had just one blemish with a bogey on two before closing with a bogey on nine.
Junior Elizabeth Tong and freshman Ana Sanjuan tied for 49th with scores of 238. Tong posted a 79 on Sunday (78-81-79), highlighted by a birdie on three that put her at -2 four the tournament on the par-5 hole. Sanjuan posted an 80 Sunday (81-77-80), hitting par on 11 of 18 holes.
Junior Kamryn Klawitter completed her second Big Ten Championship by finishing 68th with a score of 248 (84-82-82). After a rocky start, Klawitter closed the day with par on her final eight holes. Junior Sarah Dusman finished 72nd (89-86-89/264) but led IU on the day with three birdies, including a birdie on her last hole the par-4 ninth.
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