BLACKLICK, Ohio – Ohio Dominican's women's golf team finished in 10th place at the NC4K Classic and helped raise over $1,800 for NC4K over the course of the two-day tournament, which was hosted Monday and Tuesday at Jefferson Country Club.
Sophomore Abby Swensen (Milford, Ohio) led the way for Ohio Dominican with her second-round score of 76, which helped her move into a tie for 18th in the tournament with a two-day total of 157. It's the seventh time she's finished in the top 20 in nine events this spring.
Sophomore Bailey Krueger (Canal Winchester, Ohio) and junior Kaylin Dill (Sedalia, Ohio) each tied for 41st with a two-day total of 167, and sophomore Emma Romine (Marysville, Ohio) tied for 56th with her total of 172. Krueger shot an 83 on Tuesday and Dill finished with an 85.
Krueger shot even on the par 3s over the two days, tied for best amongst the field, and Swensen was four-over on the par 4s, which was tied for eighth in the field. Swensen's four birdies were tied for 10th in the field.
Overall, the Panthers shot a 332 in day two and finished with a 661, and were just seven shots out of being in seventh place.
Ohio Dominican will play in the G-MAC Championship next Monday and Tuesday at Four Bridges Country Club in Liberty Township, Ohio.
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