Originally Published: October 9, 2018 9:01 p.m.
PRESCOTT — Embry-Riddle golfer Jessica Williams won the individual women’s title at the ERAU Co-Ed Invite Tuesday, Oct. 9, at Antelope Hills Golf Course’s North Course, leading the Eagles to a second-place finish out of six squads in the two-day tournament.
Biola University won on the women’s side, compiling a +46 total (306-301-303=910). ERAU was a distant second, tallying a total of +63 (305-310-312). Claremont Mudd Scripps, Whittier College, Ottawa University-Arizona and Arizona Christian were third through sixth place, respectively.
Individually, the Eagles’ Williams fired a three-round total of 217 (74-70-73), concluding with a +1. She wound up seven strokes ahead of runners-up Tori Roeske (74-73-77) and Jules Loibl (76-77-71), both of Biola, who tallied identical total scores of 224 (+8).
Elle Carlson, who finished tied for sixth, was the only other Embry-Riddle golfer in the individual Top 10. She shot a total of 233 (76-79-78, +17).
Embry-Riddle placed sixth out of seven teams at the Co-Ed Invite on Tuesday, shooting a three-round total of 914 (303-298-313). That mark was 62 strokes behind tournament winner Ottawa University-Arizona, which compiled an 852 (283-282-287).
Claremont Mudd Scripps, Redlands, Arizona Christian and Benedictine-Mesa were second through fifth place, respectively. Whittier College was seventh.
Individually, Ottawa’s Carter Lewis won the invite by shooting a 209 total (68-71-70). For the Eagles, only Garrett Hogan finished in the Top 20, claiming a tie for 17th place with a 223 (74-75-74).
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