three-The Minnesota women's golf team finished in a tie for sixth place after the final round of the Mary Fossum Invitational in East Lansing, Mich.
Indiana easily won the team competition with a three-round score of 901, followed by Kent at 923. The Gophers finished in a tie for sixth place with Wisconsin at 944 strokes.
Ohio's Julie Sovesky won the individual title with a six-over-par 222, one shot better than Natalie Tucker of Indiana. First-year golfer Karyn Stordahl led the Gophers with a total of 227 and finished tied for sixth place. Sophomore Megan Stier finished tied for 16th with a total of 234.
Minnesota will compete next weekend at the Northern Illinois Huskie Classic in DeKalb, Ill.
Mary Fossum Invitational East Lansing, Mich. Final Standings Team scores: Indiana 901, Kent 923, Northwestern 924, Michigan State 934, Ohio 943, Minnesota 944, Wisconsin 944, Penn State 952, James Madison 953, Michigan 962, Illinois 975, Notre Dame 979, Illinois State 982, Kansas State 989, Toledo 999, Cincinnati 1016, Northern Illinois 1017, Western Michigan 1023. Individuals 1. Julee Sovesky, Ohio 76-69-77-222 2. Natalie Tucker, Indiana 74-77-72-223 3. Sami Montgomery, Indiana 72-76-77-225 Tiffany Fischer, Michigan 78-73-74-225 5. Allie Blomquist, Wisconsin 76-75-75-226 Gophers T6. Karyn Stordahl 78-74-75-227 T16. Megan Stier 79-78-77-234 T33. Cindy Cannon 79-81-81-241 T37. Kirstin Whalen 79-80-83-242 T62. Katie Bakken 82-82-86-250