EL CAJON, CALIF. – The #7 Embry-Riddle women’s golf team entered the day tied for first place, but pulled away for a two-shot win at the San Diego Christian College Spring Invitational. Maisy took home the individual championship, and three Eagles finished in the top fie of the individual leaderboard.
ERAU and Menlo entered Saturday tied for first, and the Eagles held off the Oaks by two strokes in the team leaderboard. Embry-Riddle has now won three of its last five tournaments, and has finished outside the top three of the team leaderboard in just one competition this year.
Alsen not only took home the individual championship, but was also the only golfer to finish the tournament under par. Alsen had a 69 in the final round to jump into first place, the only person to record a round under 70 in the tournament.
Kaetlin Halseth was three shots better in the final round than the first round, and was good enough to vault her into third place. Halseth posted a 72 (E) on Tuesday, one of only three scored at par or under in the final 18 holes.
Kendall McBean improved on her first round score by two shots, and slid into fifth place by the end of the invitational. McBean shot a 74 in the final round, and finished the tournament with a 150 (+6).
The Eagles have wrapped up its regular season, and will have its sights set on qualifying for the NAIA National Tournament. Embry-Riddle will head to the Cal Pac Tournament, with round one from Redding, Calif. scheduled for Monday, April 11.