The Central Connecticut State University women's golf team placed fourth out of five teams at the Dartmouth Invitational this weekend. The Blue Devils finished with a team score of 690 on the Cape Cod Country Club Course in Falmouth, MA. Freshman Stephanie Bednar led CCSU with rounds of 78 and 83 to tie for 11th with a total of 161.
Harvard won the tournament after placing five players in the top seven overall. The Crimson recorded a two round total of 589, while Christine Cho and Claire Sheldon finished first and second with scores of 144 and 148.
Bednar recorded Central's best score on both days of the tournament, while freshman Anna Ausanio was second on Saturday and Sunday. She shot 87 in round one action and carded an 84 in round two to place 20th with a 171.
Senior Natalie Jones and junior Chelsea Woods placed 26th and 28th with scores of 181 and 184, respectively. The former put forth scores of 90 and 91, while the latter recorded a 96 on Saturday and an 88 on Sunday.
Freshman Katie Reid and senior Lisa McCormick rounded out the CCSU golfers at the tournament. Reid placed 29th with a total of 187 on the tournament. McCormick finished in 214 to place 30th.
The Blue Devils will next compete at the Hartford Invitational on April 12 and 13.