LANCASTER, Pa. – Franklin & Marshall wrapped up competition at day two of the Centennial Conference (CC) Women's Golf Championship on Sunday.
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Megan Whittier tallied a 200 total (89-111) through her pair of rounds to lead F&M with a 21st-place finish out of 38 golfers. As a team, the Diplomats finished eighth out of eight competitors at the par-70, 5,801-yard Conestoga Country Club course.
Jamila Gowdy shaved three strokes off her day-one total to secure a 22nd-place finish with a 201 (102-99). She shot par on three holes Sunday, including a pair on the front nine. Sarah Acquaviva lowered her day-one score by six strokes to finish with a 218 total (112-106) and secure 26th.
Gettysburg claimed its eighth straight title after pacing the field with a 714 (352-362). Dickinson was next with a 744 total (371-373), followed by Marymount in third at 750 strokes (385-365).
Marymount's Alessandra Bertacche won the individual title by six strokes after combining for a 161 total (79-82), while Ursinus' Emily McGarrigle was second with 167 strokes (79-88) an Gettysburg's Skylar Frankiewicz placed third with a 170 (85-85).