RECAP | Women's Golf Tees Off Spring in Kentucky

RECAP | Women's Golf Tees Off Spring in Kentucky

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – After rain wiped out play on Saturday, the Franklin College women's golf team teed it up for the first time this spring on Sunday (Mar. 25) afternoon, taking part in the Golden Eagle Spring Invite, hosted by Spalding University at Persimmon Ridge Golf Course.

A pair of Grizzlies earned top-10 finishes on Sunday as Franklin placed fifth overall with a team score of 381.

Junior Keely Townsend and freshman Jaley Schlosser represented Franklin in the top-10, earning a share of ninth place with dueling 92s. Townsend finished tied for sixth overall in both par three scoring (3.67) and par four scoring (5.00).

Senior Hannah White finished a couple shots back of her teammates, taking 16th place with a 97. Freshman Megg Hensler (100) and junior Sami Roberts (104) rounded out the Franklin lineup, taking 22nd and 24th places, respectively.

NCAA Division II opponent Bellarmine University took the top spot in the tournament, winning by seven shots with a 354.

The Grizzlies will have some time off before traveling to nearby Carmel, Ind. on April 10 for the Big 4 Classic, hosted at Crooked Stick Golf Course.