Marshall Rounds Out Fall in Kettering, Ohio|
Oct. 20, 2013
Tournament 4 | Day One: 2013 Dayton Fall Invitational
Tournament 4 | Day Two: 2013 Dayton Fall Invitational
HUNTINGTON, W. Va. – The Marshall women’s golf team hasn’t seen a competitive field of action in nearly two weeks. After much preparation, the Thundering Herd is off to finish its fall season at the 2013 Dayton Fall Invitational in Kettering, Ohio.
The 17 teams will have a shotgun start Oct. 21-22, featuring different start times on both days. Monday’s action will tee off at 11 a.m., followed by a 9 a.m. start Tuesday.
Live stats will not be available, but final stats will be provided at the end of each day of competition on HerdZone.com.
HAVE YOU HERD?
The Herd had a top 20 individual finish from senior Rachel Thompson (Mansfield, Ohio), who improved her second-round score by three strokes to finish with a 13-over 157 final score. The mark put her in a tie for 13th place. She had a consistent 1-over par 5 scoring – the third best of the tournament.
SUMMING UP THE FALL
Simsiriwong’s 215 final tally was four strokes shy of first, but her performance earned her a Conference USA Golfer of the Week honor Sept. 11 – her second all-time.
The Herd struggled to find consistent shooting in the weeks to follow, finishing 12th and 13th in the Cardinal Cup and the Preview, respectively.
Marshall had three top 20 individual finishes in the three tournaments combined, Thompson notched two with a 10th place finish in the Murray State Drake Creek Invitational and 13th in the Preview.
SURVEYING THE COURSE