GREENWOOD, Ind. - All Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference women's golf teams were in attendance last weekend at the Transylvania Invitational in Nicholasville, Kentucky.
Transylvania University's Meredith Moir (Louisville, Ky. / Sacred Heart) led the Pioneers to a third place finish at the Transylvania Invitational. The junior finished tied for third on the leaderboard with a 36-hole total of 152 and led the field of HCAC players. Moir shot a career-best three-under 70 on Sunday, offering the best single round of the event.
As a team, Transylvania totaled 645 to place third, Rose-Hulman finished fourth (654), and Hanover rounded out the top five (659).
Rose-Hulman's Ashton Foushee (Glasgow, Ky. / Glasgow) led the Fighin' Engineers with a tournament total of 161 to finished eighth. Hanover's Sam Pease (Cincinnati, Ohio / Wyoming) and Ellen Wuerch (Fortville, Ind. / Mount Vernon) led the Panthers with a tie for 15th place and a 36-hole total of 163 strokes.
Manchester finished eighth at the Transylvania Invitational with a tournament team total of 701 strokes. Mount St. Joseph finished tenth (727), Franklin finished 11th (762), Defiance finished 12th (774), and Earlham rounded out the HCAC field with a 13th place finish and a team total of 793. Bluffton also participated at the invitational and did not post a team score.
This weekend's schedule is highlighted by the Earlham Invitational on Saturday and Sunday. The Franklin Inviational is also taking place this weekend.
For the 2017 HCAC women's golf schedule and results, click here.