Women’s golf finishes second

The Eagles fly high at the Wasatch Invitational.

Natalie Willis, Editor in Chief

On Oct. 7-9, women’s golf competed in the Westminster Wasatch Invitational in South Jordan, Utah. Leading the Eagles, sophomore Brady Turnquist placed first in the individual leaderboard for the second time this season.

Despite a hailstorm and low temperatures at tee time, the women played an excellent game, placing second overall. 

INDIVIDUAL SUCCESS

Turnquist accomplished a career best in her first round and earned first individually, 66-77-146. The second round proved to be a challenge as she failed to shoot below par but she still earned a top spot on the leaderboard. 

Closely following Turnquist’s success, freshman Melanie Reyes finished in the Top 5 with a score of 73 in round two. Right behind Reyes, freshman Lauren Lee shot an even 72.

Women’s golf will head to Albuquerque, New Mexico on Oct. 18 to play in the Fort Lewis Fall Invitational. Stats from today’s match are located on the Biola Athletics website.

 

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