The Illinois State University women's golf team wrapped up the Dayton Fall Invitational with a fourth-place finish.

A top-three finish from senior Becca Black led the ’Birds to the top-five finish in the 15-team field. Butler University led the way with a two-day total of 605. Host Dayton and University of Findlay tied for second with 608 strokes.

Several Redbirds finished the second day on a high note. Emma Rouger opened the invitational on a low note carding a first day 85, but she bounced back finishing the tournament with a 77.

Tatum King was able to break her day-one 81, putting up a day-two 79.

While her teammates dropped their first-day score, Ali Schrock struggled on day two raising her score from a 73 to 81. Paige Seiser matched her day-two 81.

JAKE SERMERSHEIM is a Sports Editor for The Vidette. He can be contacted at Follow him on Twitter at @JakeSermersheim

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