CANTON, Mass. – The Wofford women’s golf recorded a 12th place finish in the Boston College Intercollegiate. The 16 teams competing played 36 holes on Sunday and the two day, 54 hole tournament concluded on Monday with 18 holes.
Wofford shot 314 in the first round on Sunday and improved seven strokes to shoot 307 in the second 18 of the day. In Monday’s final round, Wofford shot 323 as a team. The Terriers finished with a three day total of 944, 80 over par on the par 72 Blue Hill Country Club.
Richmond won the tournament with a three round score of 887, 23 over par. Boston College, Georgetown, Brown and Elon rounded out the top five.
Nicole Chin was Wofford’s top golfer of the tournament. The senior shot 74 in both the first and second rounds and was tied for fifth entering today’s final round. Chin shot 87 in Monday’s round and finished 19 over par, tying for 38th. She tied for fifth most birdies in the field with eight.
Lina Settelmayer finished a shot behind Chin. The freshman shot 83, 74, 79 over the three rounds, respectively, in her first collegiate event. Her 33 pars in the tournament tied for sixth.
Fellow freshman Anna Eddy shot 78, 80 and 79 in her three rounds. She finished 21 over par and tied for 44th in her collegiate debut.
Sophomore Grace Massengill tied for 51st in the field. She shot 80 in the first round, 79 in the second round, and 80 in the third round. Her performance put her in a tie for 51st with a total score of 239 (+23). Abby Bloom, Wofford’s third freshman in the lineup, shot 82, 84, and 85 and finished 35 over par.
Senior Lela Oakley, playing as an individual, shot 92, 89 and 92 in her three rounds.
Angie Ridgeway’s team returns to action Oct. 2-3 at the Starmount Forest Fall Classic. The tournament will be played at Starmount Country Club in Greensboro, N.C.