Eagle Women Seventh After First 18 Holes At Davenport

Eagle Women Seventh After First 18 Holes At Davenport


Starting Davenport's Panther Invitational on Saturday (Oct. 19), Ashland University's women's golf team is seventh in the 11-team field after 18 holes.

The Eagles' first-round team score of 318 is 19 shots behind first-place Tiffin (299). Wayne State is second (309), followed by Lewis and Lake Superior State (313 each).

A trio of Ashland golfers ended Saturday with matching 7-over-par rounds of 79 and in a tie for 17th place individually – junior Sophie Hemleben, senior Megan Pollock and sophomore Sophia Lowe. Lowe's round was a collegiate career-low.

Senior Logan Pottorf finished her round with an 81 and is tied for 29th, while senior Claire Coughenour's score of 86 also is a career-best. She is tied for 48th.

The Ashland women will conclude their fall season with the second and final round of the Panther Invitational on Sunday (Oct. 20) at 11 a.m.