INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Weather issues delayed the start of the 2018 women's golf season last weekend for the nine Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference institutions that were in action.
Mount St. Joseph University hosted The Stateline Shootout on Sunday where one round was played. Anderson, Bluffton, and Manchester were the HCAC schools in the field of eight at the event. The Lions claimed a second place finish and were led by Emma Schrand who tied for second with a 18-hole score of 82. The Manchester Spartans tied for fifth, while Bluffton and Anderson finished 7th and 8th, respectively.
Defiance, Franklin, and Hanover all traveled to Marshall, Mich. for the annual Olivet Labor Day Classic. The Hanover Panthers earned a first place finish out of the field eight teams with a 36-hole team score of 676. Hanover's Allison Goodwin took second place after shooting a 78 in the first round, and a 79 in the second for a 36-hole total of 157 strokes. Franklin College finished in sixth place with a team total of 755, while Defiance placed eighth totaling 847 strokes at the Labor Day Classic.
Transylvania competed in the Lynn Schweizer Invitational hosted by Denison College and finished second out of 11 teams only 13 strokes behind the leader. Leading the way for the Pioneers was Rachel Fine who finished second with a stroke total of 150 (75, 75). The Rose-Hulman Fightin' Engineers also traveled to Denison for the invite and finished in fifth place with two golfers placing in the top five.
|Sat., Sep. 01||Anderson||Harrison, Ohio||
|Mount St. Joseph||Harrison, Ohio||
|Sun., Sep. 02||Anderson||Harrison, Ohio|
|Mount St. Joseph||Harrison, Ohio|
|Tue., Sep. 04||Bluffton||Defiance, Ohio|