Women's Golf Concludes Fall Play

Women's Golf Concludes Fall Play

Oct. 17, 2006

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RICHMOND, Va. - Cleveland State finished in 11th place at the Spider Invitational -- its final event of the fall. Richmond hosted the 12-team event at the 6,038 yard, par 72 Tradition course at Virginia Crossings.

Campbell posted the low round of the tournament (307) to erase a five-stroke deficit en route to claiming the tourney title at 623. The Virginia `B' team was second at 629 after holding the first round lead, while Bucknell was third at 657. The Vikings posted a 729.

Campbell's Belen Diaz Cisneros fired a final-round 74 to claim medalist honors at 151. Virginia teammates Kristin Simpson and Whitney Neuhauser rounded out the top three at 154 and 155, respectively. CSU freshmen Laren Beese and Katie Broere both finished at 182 to tie for 53rd.

CSU Individuals
T53. Laren Beese 93-89--182
T53. Katie Broere 86-96-182
57. Ashley Davidson 93-96--182
T60. Mallory Wyderka 101-88--189
T62. Amanda Glatfelter 90-101--191