BUIES CREEK, N.C.- The Wichita State women's golf team finished in seventh place at the Fighting Camel Classic on Tuesday afternoon at Keith Hills Country Club. Bryce Schroeder finished in a tie for 15th.
The Shocker women carded a 958 (319-315-324) over the three rounds. No. 39 Campbell, who hosted the tournament, led the team scoring with a 34-over 898 (294-298-306).
For the second straight tournament, freshman Bryce Schroeder led the Shocks in scoring. She shot a 54-hole score of 231 (79-77-75) to put her at 15-over for the tournament. Schroeder was able to climb seven spots on the leaderboard during the final round, as she started the day in a tie for 22nd.
Senior Hollie Weathurburn finished in a tie for 30th with a 241 (79-81-81). Fellow senior Hannah Martin and sophomore Daniela Rugeles both finished in a tie for 38th, shooting a 243. Sarah Gilbert, playing in her second tournament, shot a 263 (92-81-90), to round out the scoring for the Shockers.
The Fighting Camel Classic was the last tournament of the fall season for the Shocker women. They will begin their spring season March 8-10 when they travel to Rio Verde, Ariz. for the Rio Verde Invitational.
|T15||Bryce Schroeder (1)||79||77||75||231|
|T30||Hollie Weatherburn (3)||79||81||81||241|
|T38||Hannah Martin (2)||80||81||82||243|
|T38||Daniela Rugeles (4)||81||76||86||243|
|59||Sarah Gilbert (5)||92||81||90||263|