Huskies Finish 11th At Wolverine Invitational
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Sophomore Camille Boyd recorded a top-20 finish and Washington ended up 11th out of 16 teams at the season-opening Wolverine Invitational which concluded Tuesday at University of Michigan Golf Course.
The Huskies entered the final round in 11th as a team and shot a final round 301 (+17) to remain where they started. Host Michigan ran away with the team title, ending up with a three-day total of 851 (-1). Virginia was second, 12 shots behind the Wolverines.
"It was a tough day today," Husky coach Mary Lou Mulflur said. "The conditions were tough with a pretty strong wind all day and we didn't adjust well. We have lots of work to do, but it's a group that's willing to do it."
Boyd tied for 19th to record the fourth top-20 finish of her Husky career. She led the team with a final round score of 2-over 73. She ended up with a three-round total of 219 (+6).
Junior Brittany Kwon and freshman Jamie Hsieh each shot 4-over 75. Kwon tied for 33rd overall at +9 (222).
Hsieh and fellow newcomer Kennedy Knox tied for 61st in the tournament with a three-day total of 231 (+18). Knox shot a final round 80.
Adithi Anand shot a 7-over 78 and tied for 65th with a 233 (+20) total.
The Huskies return to Seattle and will hold team qualifying tournaments before heading out to the Mason Rudolph Invitational in Franklin, Tenn., Sept. 24-26.