BLACKLICK, Ohio – Ohio Dominican's women's golf team finished with their second best 36-hole score of the year shooting 630 after shooting 323 on day two of the NC4K Classic where they finished third out of 19 teams at Jefferson Country Club.
Through the birdie challenge pledge, the event raised over $2,400 for NC4K over the two days.
Junior Abby Swensen (Milford, Ohio) led the way earning All-Tournament honors finishing in a tie for sixth place after shooting 70 on day one followed with an 81 on day two. Swensen was tied for fourth in the field with 25 pars over the two days as her 151 was the best 36-hole score of her career.
Fellow junior Bailey Krueger (Canal Winchester, Ohio) led the team on Tuesday shooting 78 to total 154 which placed her in a tie for 12th. Krueger led the field in par-3 scoring at 3.00 and was sixth in the field with 24 pars.
After shooting 79 on Monday, Emma Romine (Marysville, Ohio) shot 80 on Tuesday to finish in a tie for 24th. Senior Kaylin Dill (Sedalia, Ohio) rounded out the Panther scoring on day two shooting 84 where she finished tied for 69th while freshman Alex Gomez (Morrow, Ohio) followed her 82 on Monday with an 89 on Tuesday to finish tied for 60th.
Playing as an individual, freshman Natalie Parker (Ostrander, Ohio) finished tied for 36th after shooting 83 on Tuesday to combine with her 80 on Monday. Tying for 51st was junior Tori Jones (Ashland, Ohio) as she posted an 82 Monday before shooting 87 Tuesday.
Indianapolis won the event shooting 599 while Pilar Echeverria from UIndy won the event shooting 143. Findlay finished second shooting 608 while Northern Michigan was fourth shooting 633 and Tiffin was fifth posting a 637.
The Panthers are back on the course Friday, April 19 at the G-MAC Championship in Lexington, Kentucky.