BEAUFORT, S.C. – The 17th-ranked Washington and Lee women's golf team improved by 12 strokes on Tuesday, but remained in third-place out of eight teams after the final round at the TaylorMade/Adidas Intercollegiate hosted by Ohio Wesleyan at the Morgan River Course on Monday.
Top-ranked Wittenberg won the event with a two-day score of 317-310—627 (+51). Bridgewater, ranked 14th, placed second with a 317-327—644 (+68), while the Generals carded a 339-327—666 (+90) to finish third.
Macy Hubbard of Wittenberg finished as the individual medalist, carding a one-under par 71 on Tuesday to post a two-day score of 144 (E).
Sophomore Liza Freed (Alexandria, Va. / St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) finished sixth out of the 51 competitors to lead the W&L contingent. She posted an 82-79—161 (+17).
Sophomore Caroline Holloway (Gainesville, Fla. / Oak Hall) placed ninth with an 82-84—166 (+22) and classmate Mary-Frances Hall (State Road, N.C. / Elkin) finished tied for 11th with an 87-82—169 (+25). Sophomore Dana Droz (Lancaster, Pa. / Veritas Academy) carded an 88-82—170 (+26) to place 13th and senior Sara Moir (Roanoke, Va. / Hidden Valley) fired a 95-95—190 (+46) to tie for 31st.
Junior Katelyn Degnan (Saint Petersburg, Fla. / Canterbury School) was playing as an individual and placed 41st with a 110-105—215 (+71).
W&L returns to action on March 18-20, when it competes at the Jekyll Island Invitational held at the Jekyll Island Golf Club in Jekyll Island, Ga.