LANSING, Mich. – Senior Brittany Pfaff tied for medalist honors to lead the Taylor women's golf team at the Spring Arbor Fall Classic held at Eagle Eye Golf Club on Monday.
Pfaff was one of only two players to post a score in the 70's on the challenging 5,931-yard, par-71 layout at Eagle Eye Golf Club en route to a tie for first place with a two-round total of 162. Pfaff fired a 79 in the morning round and added an 83 in the afternoon round to earn a three-way tie for medalist.
The senior from Wheaton, Ill., made a birdie on the difficult island green at the par-3 17th in both rounds to highlight her stellar day on the course.
The Trojans collected a third place finish as a team with scores of 357 and 345. Freshmen Maddie Thomas (92-87) and Annie Stimmel (94-87) each earned top-20 finishes while the Trojans also counted scores from sophomores Elizabeth Jackson (92-91) and Raquel Helton (95-88).
Taylor finished behind Grace (328-329) and Indiana Wesleyan (343-333) while edging fellow Crossroads League foes Huntington (366-361), Mount Vernon Nazarene (372-365) and Spring Arbor (371-367) to finish third in the nine-team field.
The Trojans have a quick turnaround as TU returns to the course this weekend at the Saint Francis Fall Invitational in Fort Wayne, Indiana on Friday and Saturday. Friday's first round will be played at Cobblestone Golf Course and is slated for a 1:00 pm shotgun start while Saturday's round will be at Cherry Hill Golf Club and will begin with an 8:00 am shotgun start.