ALLENDALE, Mich. - The Lake Superior State women's golf team, under the leadership of coach Andrew McKenney, improved on its first day at the Gilda's Club Laker Fall Invite to finish 6th overall in the nine team field.
Lake Superior, who shot a 331 on the first day of the invitational, took seven fewer strokes on Sunday, shooting a 324 for a two day total of 655.
As she did on day one, freshman Naomi Keyte led the Lakers. The native of Kalamazoo, Michigan, was +9 on the day, finishing with a score of 157.
Taylor Simoneau, a freshman from St. Catherines, Ontario, from followed up her 83 on Saturday to shoot a 78. Simoneay was +6 on the day, and +17 for the match.
Senior Taylor Trzasko and junior Reanna Barth finished tied for 32nd in the field. Both finished with 169 strokes, good for +25. Trzasko took 83 strokes on the second day - three fewer than day one. Barth, who had 87 strokes on day one, improved by four strokes on the second day.
Junior Tatiana Hulan, who shot an 86 on the first day, took 90 strokes on the second day, putting her at +32 for the match and tied for 45th overall.
Host Grand Valley State, who was the leading team at the end of day one, retained their lead on the final day of the match, shooting a 591 overall, putting them at +4.
The Lakers are back in action on Monday, October 16th, when they travel to Belmont, Michigan. There, they will take part in the Davenport Battle in Belmont in their final match of the 2017 season. Day one is scheduled to start at 11 a.m.