Women's Golf Completes Fall Season at Crooked Stick
Ball State's women's golf team completed its fall season at the Hoosier Fall Invitational at the historic Crooked Stick Golf Club in Carmel, Ind.
The Cardinals finished 13th with a team score of 334-326-326=986, while Eastern Michigan won the tournament (912) and Notre Dame (913) finished second.
Jenna Hague led Ball State and tied for 53rd with a 79-85-80=244. Autumn Duke tied for 55th with an 87-79-79=245, and Meghan Perry tied for 65th with an 89-83-79=251. Katie Windlan finished 68th with an 83-82-88=253, and Jamie Caylor tallied an 85-82-88=255 to place 71st. Chantelle Hefer, who competed as an individual, placed 73rd win an 85-85-87=257.
Crooked Stick, the first course built by the legendary Pete Dye, has served as the host golf course for the 1991 PGA Championship, the 1993 U.S. Women's Open, the 2005 Solheim Cup, the 2007 USGA Women's Amateur Championship and the 2009 U.S. Senior Open.
The Cardinals were joined at the 14-team event by Gonzaga, Eastern Michigan, Illinois, Illinois State, Indiana, Missouri, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Penn State, Toledo, Western Michigan and Wichita State.