LANCASTER, Pa. - Franklin & Marshall's women's golf team concluded competition at the Centennial Conference (CC) Championship on Sunday.
The Diplomats did not qualify for the team score since only three of the team's four golfers finished the second round. Gettysburg won its ninth consecutive CC Championship with a 694 stroke total (346-348). Marymount placed second (719), followed by Dickinson (733) and Muhlenberg (734).
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Maddy Markmann-Porch led the Diplomats' individual finishers with a 23rd place showing out of 37 golfers. She combined to shoot a 216 (109-107) at the two-day event, shaving a pair of strokes off her opening-round tally.
Jamila Gowdy carded a 217 (111-106) to finish close behind in 24th. She totaled a 52 on the back nine Sunday with a pair of pars on her final two holes. Megan Whittier carded F&M's lowest score of the day with a 105 at the par-70, 5,863-yard Conestoga Country Club Course. She wrapped up her weekend by totaling at 220 (115-105).
Aine Filler of Muhlenberg was the tournament's Individual Medalist by carding a 162 (83-79), followed by Gettysburg's Skylar Frankiewicz (164) and Marymount's Alessandra Bertacche (169).