Event was final of the regular season
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – In her regular-season finale as a member of the University of Evansville women’s golf team, senior Kayla Katterhenry took top honors at the Indiana State Spring Invitational at the Country Club of Terre Haute on Monday.
Katterhenry shot a 2-under 70 in Monday’s final round to finish with a score of 145, four ahead of her nearest competition. The victory came in a competitive field that featured four other Missouri Valley Conference programs. It is also a nice finish to the spring regular season slate as the conference championship is up next from Sunday through next Tuesday.
Second on the squad was Maggie Camp. She made a nice jump from her opening round tally, improving by eight strokes. After notching an 82 on Sunday, Camp carded a 74 on Monday to tally a 156 for the event, tying for 13th.
Next up was Giulia Mallmann. Her final-round score of 85 gave her a score of 165, tying her for 43rd. Madison Chaney was two behind Mallmann, finishing with a 167. She carded an 86 in the last round. Maria Pickens saw a 5-stroke improvement in day two, posting an 84 on her way to a 173.
Lexie Sollmann posted a 2-round total of 162 as an individual, coming home in a tie for 33rd. Her rounds checked in at 82 and 80. Carly Waggoner was UE’s other individual, posting a 181.
Evansville took 6th place in the tournament with a tally of 631, just three behind 5th-place Drake. Indiana State took top team honors in a dominating way, registering a 286 in the last round. It was the only team score in either day to check in under a 307. They won by eight shots over Western Illinois.