Dickson, Tenn. – The Transylvania women's golf team wrapped up two rounds of competition at the Sewanee Women's Invitational on Monday afternoon at the Greystone Golf Club with an eighth-place team finish.
Junior golf Meredith Moir led the Pioneers with an 11th-place finish out of 70 individuals, carding a two-round score of 159. After shooting a nine-over par 81 in the first round, Moir completed her showing at Greystone with a round-two 78.
All four of Moir's traveling teammates also improved upon their round one Sunday scores to complete a promising run at the Sewanee Women's Invitational; sophomore Rachel Fine made the biggest round-to-round jump, shooting a team-best 75 after firing an 87 in the first round to finish with a two-round score of 162 and in a tie for 17th on the individual leaderboard.
Junior Jenna Soderling turned in a two-round 165, while sophomore Lexie Lamar improved upon her round one score by four strokes to place fourth among the Pioneers with a 170. Sophomore Rebecca Fine rounded out the scoring with a 181.
After finishing the first round sitting in 10th place out of 12 teams, the Pioneers used a team effort in round two to climb two spots to finish in eighth with a two-round score of 656. Berry College took first place at the two-round tournament with a 635.
The Pioneers next hit the links on Saturday, April 21 at the Franklin Invitational in Franklin, Indiana. The two-round event commences at the Legends Golf Club.
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