Women’s golf above par

ULM Hawkeye

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ULM women’s golf continued its solid start to the spring season by winning the Lady Jaguar Invitational in Mobile, Ala.

The Warhawks found themselves tied for second after day one of the tournament. Paced by Alison Knowles, ULM turned in an overall team-score of 306 on the second day to take the tournament win. Knowles’ score of 75 was the best round of the day.

Kathy Sterling and Valentine Loge were the highest individual finishers for the Warhawks. The duo came in tied for second place, just two strokes off the winner.

Knowles and Emily Stratton finished tied for 15th overall, while Angela No finished 35th.

The tournament took place Feb. 25-26 and the field was comprised of 14 teams, including four other Sun Belt schools.

In last week’s spring opening Jim West Challenge in Blanco, Texas, the team finished fourth overall. ULM returns to the course on March 11 at the Lady Eagle Invitational in Hattiesburg, Miss.