Despite a two-hour fog delay, the Seattle University women’s golf team concluded play at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invite Wednesday, playing the final round of the tournament in a shotgun format at Sahalee Country Club in Sammamish, Wash.
Lori Pearson (Seattle, Wash.) climbed seven spots up the leaderboard Wednesday, firing a five-over-par 77 to end the tournament with a 21-over 237. She tied for 41st place, and her 77 was the best single-round score for Seattle U over the course of the tournament.
Clare Sorensen (Roseville, Calif.) finished up with an 11-over-par 83, taking sole possession of 59th place. She took 244 strokes on the tournament, 28 strokes above par. Five shots back, Monica Keo (Oahu, Hawaii) finished the tournament in a tie for 66th at 249, 33 shots over par. She carded an 89 (+17) in Wednesday’s final round.
Shannon Quinn (Shoreline, Wash) closed out her first tournament of the year Wednesday, also carding a 17-over-par 89. She ended the tournament in 79th place with a total of 261 strokes, 45 shots over par, while Nicole Gaddie (Salt Lake City, Utah) ended with her best round of the tournament, a 15-over-par 87. She tallied a score of 50-over-par 266 and took 81st place.
As a team, the Redhawks took 989 strokes throughout the tournament, 125 shots above par. The host school, the University of Washington, won the event with a score of 22-over-par 886, while the Huskies’ SooBin Kim took the individual honors with an 11-under-par 205.
There is no rest for the weary as the Redhawks will head to the Wyoming Cowgirl Desert Intercollegiate in just two days. The two-day tournament takes place from Saturday, October 13 to Sunday, Oct. 14 at The Classic Club in Palm Desert, Calif. The action starts at 7:30 a.m. both days of the tournament.