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Jennifer Judge led the Spartans with a 12th-place finish.

Jennifer Judge led the Spartans with a 12th-place finish.

April 6, 2010

Complete Results

Complete Results

Morganton, N.C. - Jennifer Judge shot a solid 75 in the second and final round of the WCU/Mimosa Hills Intercollegiate Tuesday afternoon to help USC Upstate hold off The Citadel for 14th place in the tournament.

Judge, who finished the tournament tied for 12 individually, was tied for eighth in par-4 scoring in the tournament. The 75 Tuesday was two strokes better than her opening round of 77 yesterday.

"Jennifer gave another performance worthy of praise," said Upstate head coach Todd Lawton. "She hit the ball well and executed all parts of her game consistently. She looked comfortable on the course."

Judge's performance helped Upstate shoot a 331 in the final round and record a 666 total for the tournament to finish 14th. The Citadel, which shot a 330 Tuesday, finished two strokes behind Upstate in 15th.

Elon, which finished second in last year's tournament, won the tournament with a 607 total. Appalachian State shot a 302 Tuesday to vault into second place with a 610 total, finishing just ahead of host Western Carolina at 612. Richmond was fourth with a 613 total and was followed by Wofford (616), William & Mary (618), Jacksonville State (621), Tennessee Tech (632), Presbyterian (635), Gardner-Webb (637), Western Kentucky (638), Radford (640), High Point (641), Upstate (666) and The Citadel (668).

Cheryl Lo followed up an 80 on Monday with an 82 on Tuesday to finish as the second lowest Spartan in the tournament and in a tie for 48th with a 162 total. Johanna Ebenhag cut seven strokes off of her score from Monday and turned in an 84 to finish as the third lowest Spartan with a 175 total. Natalie Buch turned in a 90 on Tuesday and Marissa Clontz shot a 94.

"Cheryl and Johanna hit good shots, but a couple of shots in each round kept them from going lower," said Lawton. "Each was able to make birdies today as well."

Wofford's Sarah Hurt won the individual title after posting a 3-under-par 69 Tuesday afternoon. She finished with a 3-under 141 tournament total.

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