The Central Connecticut State University women's golf team finished competition at the Dartmouth Invitational on Sunday. The Blue Devils took 11th place out of 20 teams in the two round tournament at Hanover Country Club. CCSU was led by freshman Stephanie Bednar and Katie Reid, who tied for 22nd place. Bednar finished both rounds in 80, while Reid shot an 81 on Saturday and finished with a team-best 79 in the second round of play. Central scored 660 as team in the two rounds, four points ahead of Hofstra.
Towson University won the tournament, shooting 625, beating out Boston College by two strokes. The Eagles were second in the team score and had the individual champion. BC's Eunice Yim shot a three over par 75 on Saturday and followed up with a two over par 74 in final round action to finish at 149.
The other three competitors for CCSU on the weekend were freshman Anna Ausanio, senior Natalie Jones and junior Chelsea Woods. Ausanio tied for 57th, shooting 168 (84-84) for the tournament, while Jones carded a 176 (87-89) to tie for 82nd. Woods tied for 85th, finishing with a score of 177 (92-85).
The Blue Devils will next be competing at the Yale Invitational on September 26 and 27.