GREENVILLE, S.C. – Ella Ofstedahl shot a 75 to lead the Georgia Southern women’s golf team in the final round of the Lady Paladin Intercollegiate, and the Eagles finished 16th at Furman University Golf Course Sunday.
Ashlynn Joyner carded a 79, while Sarah Noonan, Ansley Bowman and Natalie Petersen all carded an 80.
Furman (-7) fired an 8-under 280 to win its home tournament, and Daytona State (+3) finished second. Kennesaw State (+10) shot 1-under today to move into third, and Middle Tennessee (+11) finished fourth. Memphis (+15) placed fifth.
Ofstedahl played her final 10 holes of the day even with birdies on holes 10 and 11, and Joyner played her final 11 holes 2-over with two straight pars to end the round.
Petersen was even through her first seven and played the front nine 1-over with birdies on holes 1 and 2, and Bowman played the front nine 1-over. Noonan played the front nine even with birdies on holes 3 and 7.
Quotable from coach Emily Kuhfeld
“Well, our first two events back-to-back are completed for the fall season. These were two great golf courses and strong fields. With our young team, we are already seeing some growth after six rounds of tournament golf.”
“Ella had a more consistent ball striking and scoring event this week, and her confidence is beginning to re-emerge. We have a few days before Jacksonville and will be working on our short games and resilience.”
Georgia Southern returns to action at the Jacksonville Classic Oct. 2.
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