By MacKenzie Tuttle, Digital Content Supervisor
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Jorie Hodapp shot a +5, 151 (78, 73) two-day total to finish tied for second at the MCC Intercollegiate Invitational on Monday, leading the Berry College women's golf team to a close second place overall finish. Berry also shot a program record 301 (+9) day two total.
Tori Ramirez's +6, 152 (77, 75) and Loren Kim's +9, 155 (82, 73) rounded out top ten scoring for Berry, finishing tied for fourth and seventh, respectively. The Vikings rounded out play with a +35, 619 (318, 301) team total. Sewanee's +33, 617 (307, 317) finished competition with both the individual and team titles in hand, led by Meghan Symonds' +2, 148 (75, 73) first place title.
• Hodapp: T2, +5, 151 (78, 73)
• Ramirez: T4, +6, 152 (77, 75)
• Kim: 7, +9, 155 (82, 73)
• Rachel Belanger: T14, +15, 161 (81, 80)
• Taylor Anthony: T45, +51, 197 (100, 97)
This is the second consecutive top five finish for Berry. The Vikings also placed three in the top 7 and two tied for the low rounds of the tournament at even par (73)
WHAT THEY SAID:
"The girls really showed what they were made of this weekend by fighting back and making a charge at the lead. It is a young group, but they shown a lot of maturity and great decision making. It is exciting to see all of their hard work pay off and we are looking forward to Destin in two weeks." - Graduate Assistant Coach, Sydney Weaver
The Vikings will compete in the Golfweek Preview at the Baytowne Golf Course in Sandestin, Fla., beginning on Sunday, Oct. 15.