ERIE (Pa.) -- West Virginia Wesleyan women's golf team held on to 14th place in the final round of Gannon University's Michael Corbett Fall Classic at the Lake Shore Country Club.
The Lady Bobcats ended with a two-day total of 683, after shaving seven strokes of their total from yesterday with a 337 today.
The event that was won by Ashland University with a 623 (319-304) while Kutztown was second with a 629 (311-318).
Sophomore Sandra Brink led Wesleyan with a second round score of 78. Brink ended the 120-player tournament in 31st place overall (86-78-164).
Freshman Kylie Day also produced a solid final day with an 81, closing play in 38th place (85-81-166).
Becca Davis closed out the scoring in 96th (91-97-188).
The individual title was won by Krystal Knight from Merrimack with a 148 (77-71) while Camden Morrison from Franklin Pierce was second with a 149 (75-74).
"We never did get our short game fully on track in this tournament," Lamm said. "We put a lot of strokes on the card around and on the greens, and that is something that we need to work on when we get back to practice."
Lamm noted Brink's solid day two play as a positive to hang his hat on moving forward.
The young Lady Bobcats finished third out of six MEC teams in the event.
Wesleyan's women return to action on Sept. 24-25 at the Marietta Women's Fall Classic.