Tigers Shoot Second-Round 299 and Finish Third at WashU Spring Invitational

Tigers Shoot Second-Round 299 and Finish Third at WashU Spring Invitational

St. Louis, Mo. - The 17th-ranked Tigers shot a 299 today to finish with a 625 and in third place at the Washington University Spring Invitational. Rhodes won with a 597 and Gustavus Adolphus was second with a 624. The 299 was the best round of the day and second best for the tournament.

Larisa Luloff paced DePauw with a 154 including today's 74 to tie for 12th. Anna Foley and Danielle Smith each tied for 20th at 157. Foley shot a second-round 76 and Smith a 74.

Rachele Miller tied for 25th at 159 including today's 77, while Kenzlie Westerfield fired a second-round 75 to finish the tournament at 163 and tied for 39th.

Sheinnera Gerongay, playing as an individual, finished with a 170.

Emily Salamy of Rhodes shot a 148 to earn medalist honors.

DePauw competes in the Big Four Classic at Crooked Stick on Tuesday, April 11.