SOUTH BEND, Ind. – The Taylor women's golf team established its lowest 36-hole tournament score in program history on Saturday as the Trojans posted a two-day total of 700 en route to a sixth place finish at the Pilot Invitational.
Sophomore Brittany Pfaff finished in a tie for 13th with a two-day total of 166 (82-84). Fellow sophomore Libby Hansen also carded a top-20 finish with a tie for 19th at 172 (84-88). The Trojans got a final round 87 from freshman Courtney Feagans while fellow freshman Grace Elenbaas finished at 97 and TU dropped a 99 from senior Lauren Anderson for a team score of 356.
TU's two-day total of 700 bests the previous record of 704 that the Trojans established in the fall at the Indiana Wesleyan Invitational.
Taylor finished sixth in in the 8-team field, holding off a final-round surge from Holy Cross (702) and defeating Crossroads League foe Spring Arbor (757).
The tournament marked the final regular season event for the Trojans as TU will now turn its attention to the Crossroads League tournament that is slated to begin on Monday, April 27th at Eagle Creek Golf Course in Indianapolis.