ARKADELPHIA, Ark. (HSU) - Henderson State posted team scores of 313 and 306 to finish in first-place at the HSU Lady Reddie Invitational, Saturday at DeGray Lake Golf Course.
The Lady Reddies claimed the top three spots as Kendall Earp was the individual medalist with rounds of 75 and 73 on the par 72, 5178-yard course.
Earp led the 20-player field in par-4 scoring at 4.10 and was tops in birdies with five.
Ally Harris placed second by carding scores of 75 and 77, while Katie Flinn was third with a 154 total after rounds of 80 and 74.
Harris was even-par in par-3 scoring and was 4-over par on the 20 par-4 holes for the event.
Katie Kilponen placed 10th for the Lady Reddies with scores of 83 and 82, while newcomer Reagan Clem was 19th having a 36-hole total of 197 in her first collegiate tournament.
The Lady Reddies claimed the title by 32 strokes over second-place East Central. The Tigers had a 651 total, followed by Arkansas-Monticello in third with a score of 658. Ouachita Baptist rounded out the field with a team score of 715.