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Tigers Close Out Play at Samford Intercollegiate
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Tigers Close Out Play at Samford Intercollegiate
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The Tennessee State women's golf team closed out play at the Samford Intercollegiate on Tuesday. The Tigers placed 10th at the 6,100-yard, Par-72 Hoover Country Club.
The University of Mississippi claimed the title ahead of the host Bulldogs. TSU shot a 384 as a team to finish at 1,128, 264-over.
Kelly Merkel (87-89-91=267) carded the low score for the Tigers during the final round and finished 52nd in the field of 65 individuals.
Laura Bremer (113-100-98=311) is the only Tiger to cut strokes in each round. The junior shaved another two strokes off her previous round.
Sarah Needleman (89-92-93=274) recorded the second lowest score for TSU on Tuesday, while Natalie Spicer (92-90-102=284) and Imani Stingley (105-109-102=316) each penciled in a 102 over the final 18 holes.
The Tigers return to the links on Sunday, Mar. 29, as they participate in the Saluki Invite, hosted by Southern Illinois. The two-day event will consist of 18 holes each day at the Hickory Ridge Golf Club in Carbondale, Ill.