AVON LAKE, OHIO — Three members of the Hiram College women’s golf team competed at the two-day Yellow Jacket Invitational this weekend hosted by Baldwin-Wallace College at the Sweetbriar Golf Club in Avon Lake. In addition, junior Kritsinee Khowcharoen (Muang, Phitsanulok, Thailand/Fryeburg Academy, Maine) captured medalist honors for the second straight tournament. [Complete Results]
Hiram did not meet the minimum five-member team score to qualify in the final team rankings. Allegheny (Pa.) College won the event with a two-day stroke total of 635 (310+325=635). Wittenberg University was second at 660 strokes (328+332=660) and host school Baldwin-Wallace rounded out the top three with 684 strokes (344+340=684).
Individually for Hiram, Khowcharoen carded a two-day total of 150 strokes (74+76=150) on the Par-70, 6,015-yard course layout to lead the Terriers and capture medalist honors. Freshman Carrie Dyer (Canton/Canton/McKinley) was second with 207 strokes (97+110=207) and senior Sasha Davidson (East Hampton, Conn./East Hampton) was the third Hiram player to compete and shot a 119 on the final day, but was disqualified in round one and would not qualify in the final overall individual standings.
Hiram will compete on Sunday, Sept. 26 when it hosts the one-day Hiram Fall Invitational.
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