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Jenna Hague is presented the medalist trophy by Eastern Kentuckty head coach Mike Whitson.
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Women's Golf Places 4th; Jenna Hague Wins Event
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Ball State's women's golf team placed fourth at the Eastern Kentucky Colonel Classic, while Jenna Hague won the event with a 74-74-75=223.

The Cardinals managed a 314-310-302=926 to finish fourth out of 13 teams, while Akron won the event with a 914.  The tournament was played at Arlington Country Club in Richmond, Ky.

Hague, a freshman at Ball State, posted her first career collegiate victory, while posting her fourth top-10 finish of her first season.

Zoe Camus tied for fifth with a 76-78-74=228, while Autumn Duke tied for seventh after carding a 79-78-72=229.

Katie Windlan managed an 85-82-83=250 to tie for 57th, while Meghan Perry tied for 29th as an individual competitor.  Perry posted an 80-76-82=238.

Ball State's Sarah Westaway managed an 80-81 in the final two rounds, but her first round score was disqualified for a rules violation.

The Cardinals will return to action Saturday and Sunday at the Indiana University Invitational in Bloomington, Ind.

 

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