LONDON, Ky. – Sophomore Brittany Pfaff drained a 20-foot putt on the final hole to cost a round of 79 and lead the Taylor women's golf team to a score of 359 on the final day of the Southeastern Kentucky Invitational at Crooked Creek Golf Course on Tuesday.
Pfaff climbed the leaderboard on the final round with one of the best rounds of the day in the 44-player field as the Wheaton, Ill., native finished in 21st place with a two-day total of 171. Pfaff shaved 13 shots off her score from round one to spur the Trojans to better their team score by a total of 16 shots during the final round.
Freshman Grace Elenbaas improved on her first round score of 92 with a final round total of 86 on the 5,874-yard, par 73 track. Senior Lauren Anderson was also able to carve some strokes off her score on her second tour of Crooked Creek, recording a score of 97 while sophomore Libby Hansen added a 97 of her own as TU carded a team total of 359 and moved up the leaderboard to finish in 7th place as a team. Freshman Courtney Feagans was TU's drop score with a round of 102.
Taylor's two-day total of 734 was ten shots clear of Union (Ky.) while NCAA Division II Lincoln Memorial held off a charge by the hosts from the University of the Cumberlands to claim the team title in the eight-team field.
The Trojans will return to action on March 27-28 at the Marian Spring Classic held at Eagle Creek Golf Course in Indianapolis.