The Hiram College women’s golf team placed fifth of five teams at the Mohican Classic hosted by The College of Wooster at the Mohican Hills Golf Club in Jeromesville.
Hiram bettered its team total by eight strokes on the final day of competition with 404 strokes and ended the tournament with an overall team score of 816 strokes (412+404=816) to place fifth overall. The University of Mount Union captured the team title with a two-day total 745 strokes (373+372=745). John Carroll University was second at 777 strokes (388+389=777) and Columbus State Community College rounded out the top three with 796 strokes (394+402=796).
Individually for Hiram, junior Carrie Dyer (Canton/McKinley) carded a 98 in the final round and finished with an event-total 195 strokes (97+98=195) to lead the Terriers and placed seventh overall. Freshman Megan Jennings (Stow/Stow-Munroe Falls) had the second overall lowest score on the team of 197 strokes (97+100=197). FreshmanJenelle Bayus (Cortland/Lakeview)was third at 215 strokes (111+104=215) and freshman Taylor Stott (Akron/Archbishop Hoban)was fourth with 216 strokes (107+109=216). Rounding out the Hiram competitors was freshman Alexa Griswold (Conneaut) who posted an overall score of 218 (116+102=218).
Hiram will next compete in the Denison University Spring Invitational next Saturday-Sunday (Apr. 27-28) at the Granville Golf Course.