The Illinois State University women’s golf team wrapped up its fall season at the Rainbow Wahine Invitational in Kapolei, Hawaii. 

The Redbirds finished the tournament in 10th place with a three-round total of 912. Senior Becca Black led the Redbirds, finishing tied for 38th place, individually shooting 226 (+10). Senior Morgan Savage closed well in the last round, shooting one over par and finishing 45th (228). 

Freshman Ali Schrock, junior Tatum King and senior Paige Seiser rounded out the rest of the team scoring for the Redbirds recording three-round scores of 233, 235 and 238 respectively. 

Junior Emma Sutton and freshman Emma Rougher competed as individuals, finishing with scores of 229 and 232, respectively. Sutton finished tied for 46th and Rougher finished in 56th place. 

The Redbirds’ spring season picks back up again Feb. 3 in Lakewood Ranch, Florida, at the Mid-American Match Play Challenge. 

KEVIN KOSKI is a Sports Reporter for The Vidette. He can be contacted at vidette_ckoski@ilstu.edu Follow him on Twitter at @_Koski_


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