The USC Upstate women’s golf team fired a final round 330 on Tuesday to finish play at the Terrier Intercollegiate in eighth place from The Country Club of Spartanburg.
With the final round 330, Upstate finishes the two-day tournament with an overall score of 652 after shooting a 322 on Monday.
Payton Culler cut two strokes off her score from Monday, highlighted by pars on seven of her first nine holes, to end with a final round 79 and place in a tie for 27th position. Culler ranked ninth at the tournament in par-4 scoring after finishing with a 1-over par score and a 4.10 stroke average. She concluded tournament play with a total score of 160.
Malika Allie had one birdie during her final round to post her best finish of the season with a 30th place showing. She carded a final round 82 and finished the tournament with a two-day score of 161.
Sidney Dermody finished just two strokes behind Allie overall and tied for 33rd place with a 163 total. Dermody turned in a second round score of 83. Allea Hawkins had one of three birdies on the day for the Spartans as she tied for 43rd position after an 86 on Tuesday. Hawkins ended play at the Terrier Intercollegiate with a two-round score of 168 and was 13th in par-5 scoring at even-par. Allie Gennaula had final round 86 to finish in a tie for 48th place at 171.
Kennesaw State won the Terrier Intercollegiate with a total score of 590 while KSU’s Laura Estefenn took home medalist honors with a 145 (+1).
Upstate closes out its fall season Oct. 24-25 at the Winthrop Invitational in Rock Hill, S.C.