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Local briefs: Warrior women 4th in Mich. tourney

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Tuesday, August 27, 2013 05:29 pm
The Indiana Tech women's golf team placed fourth after firing a final-round 311 to finish with a 646 (335-311) at the Crusader Classic at Treetops in Gaylord, Mich., on Tuesday.Tech was led by Courtney Dye, who garnered All-Tournament team honors with a second-place finish. The freshman was impressive in her first collegiate tournament carding a final round 73 (+1) to finish six-over (77-73-150) for the tournament, once shot behind individual winner Katie Holdren (Bethel; 77-72-149).

Also placing in the top-10 for the Warriors was freshman Wiebke Schlender, who carded a final-round 76 to finish with a two-day total of 159 (82-81) and a 10th place finish. Fellow freshman Tamina Römer carded an 81 in the final round to finish 21st with a 167 (86-81).

Rachel George also shot 81 in the final round and finished one shot behind teammate Julia Browning (89-86-175) for the tourney., carding a 176 (95-81). Tina Mettert (from New Haven) concluded the scoring for Tech with an 86 in round two and a 199 (113-86) overall.

Bethel held its ground and took top team honors with a final-round 302 and a tournament score of 618 (316-302). Ashland (319-302=621) fell three strokes shy of the victory after also carding a 302 in the final round. Madonna took third with a 639 (333-306) and Marian rounded out the top five with a 658 (338-320).

The Warriors will be back in action on Saturday when they travel to Jacksonville, Ill., to take part in the Illinois College Fall Invitational.Front nine: Roger Platt, John Metzger, Tom Shaw, Bud Clemente(-6)

Back nine: Dick Love, Lee Walker, Carl Handshoe, Paul Echlin (-6)

Closest to the pin: Dick Love (2), Roger Platt, Dick Cashman


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