Belles Take Second at Crosstown Clash
- The golf team shot a 334 to finish second at the Crosstown Clash.
- Taylor Kehoe (78) was second overall for the best individual finish for the Belles.
- Summer Stillson (83), Hunter Kehoe (86), and Lauren Read (87) wrapped up the team score.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - The Saint Mary's golf team opened up the season with a second place finish at the Crosstown Clash on Friday evening at Erskine Golf Course in South Bend.
Host Bethel won the even with a team score of 329. The Belles were just five strokes back with a 334. Holy Cross was third (358), and first year program IUSB was fourth (431). Natalia Campbell of Holy Cross was the round medalist with a 77.
Taylor Kehoe was second overall after carding a 78 to pace the Belles on Friday. Summer Stillson shot an 83 in her first collegiate round to tie for fifth place individually. Hunter Kehoe was three strokes behind with an 86 in her first round for the Belles to finish eighth. Lauren Read rounded out the team score with an 87 for sole possession of ninth place.
Kelsey Conkright was the fifth Belle in the lineup and had an 89 to hold a share of 12th place individually. Courtney Quinlan and Libby Clark each competed as individuals. Quinlan finished 19th overall with a score of 99. Clark tallied a 104 in her first round for Saint Mary's to take 23rd.
The Belles are back on the course tomorrow when they take on Bethel in a match play event at Signal Point Club in Niles, Michigan starting at 10:00 a.m.