Athens, TN-- The St. Andrews University Women's golf team, led by junior Laura Kinsman's individual title, won the Tennessee Wesleyan Fall Conference Invitational on Tuesday after breaking another school record with a second round 312 and total score of 631, an impressive 34 strokes in front of 2nd place Reinhardt University.
Kinsman's second round score of 75 at the Springbrook Country Club tied the high score of the tournament set the previous day by teammate Paige Hartman. Kinsman's two day total of 154 (+10) (79-75) was enough to top Reinhardt's Makenzie Bruce and Point's Lena Lemieux by 3 strokes for the title.
Lady Knight freshman Madison Moore and senior Sadiyya Gillespie tied for fourth place overall with scores of 160, 6 strokes behind Kinsman as Moore shot 83-77 and Gillespie was 82-78 over the two rounds.
After leading the tournament after day one with a 75, freshman Paige Hartman finished round 2 with an 86 to finish in 6th place while fellow freshman Gabriella Cidras shot 82 in round two to back up her first round 85 for an 11th place finish.
Coach William Carter said, "It was another great day on the course. Great team effort. Another school record team score of 631!"
All competing schools are members of the Appalachian Athletic Conference. After Reinhardt's 2nd place finish, Tennessee Wesleyan finished in third at 671 while Point came in 4th, Union was fifth, TWC's "B" team was 6th and Bryan came in 7th.
The Lady Knights will next compete at the Union Fall Invitational in Pineville, KY on Oct. 7-8.