Belles Finish Second at Trine Spring Classic

Day Two Results

  • Lauren Read led the Belles with a 79 for the second-best overall score of the day.
  • Julia McAlindon (82), Ali Mahoney (83), Kaitlyn Cartone (86), and Kaitlyn Gray (86) rounded out the scoring efforts.
  • The Belles finished second out of seven competing groups.

ANGOLA, Ind. - The Saint Mary's golf team shot a 330 and finished with a two-day score of 677 to take second place at the Trine Spring Classic on Saturday.

Hope finished first at the event with a team score of 658. The Belles were second with a 677, and Cleary finished third out of the seven groups competing with a 694. Cleary's Madison Smith was the tournament medalist after shooting a 78 on Saturday for a two-day score of 160.

Lauren Read led the Belles on Saturday with a 79 for the second-best score of the day. The freshman finished tied for sixth (167) while ending the tournament with 15 pars and a 4.65 scoring average on par four holes. Ali Mahoney also had a two-day score of 167 to finish with a share of sixth after an 83 on Saturday. Mahoney had 16 pars in the two rounds and was tied for the second-best par five scoring on the weekend.

Julia McAlindon had the second-lowest round of the day for the Belles with an 82 to help contribute to the team's 330. She finished 18th overall (178) and carded 12 pars at the tournament. Kaitlyn Cartone and Kaitlyn Gray each shot rounds of 86 in the Belles' lineup on Saturday. Cartone (173) finished tied for ninth individually and was in the top eight in par four scoring for the weekend. Gray finished in a tie for 11th with a two-day score of 174 with 15 pars and was tied for fourth for the best par three scoring.

Lydia Lorenc competed as an individual at the tournament and shot a 91 on Saturday to finish tied for 25th (190) overall. She had a birdie while finishing among the top 15 in par three scoring.

The Belles travel to St. Louis next weekend for the Washington University in St. Louis Spring Invite, which takes place on Saturday and Sunday.