The Columbus State University women’s golf team dropped two spots during Tuesday’s final round and finished 11th at the Smoky Mountain Intercollegiate in Sevierville, Tenn. The two-day tournament was played at the Sevierville Golf Club.
Columbus State fired a final round 327 for a two-day total of 72-over par. After a first round 75, junior Steph Charteris carded an eight-over 80 on Tuesday. She ended her first tournament as a Lady Cougar in a tie for 21st.
Courtney Lowery and Kaitie Cross also shot final rounds of 80 for the Lady Cougars on Tuesday. Lowery also shot 80 on Monday and ended the tournament in a tie for 42nd place. Cross finished tied for 53rd knocking three strokes off her first round score.
Ciera Bagley tied for 64th place overall at 27-over after posting an 87 in the final round. Freshman Jodi Henley carded Columbus State’s drop score again on Tuesday with a final round 91. She closed out the event tied for 78th.
The Lady Cougars will be back on the course on Monday, September 16 as the travel to Calera, Ala. for the Montevallo Full Moon BBQ Invitational.