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Women’s golf team ties for second place at Rio Verde Invitational

Toledo came close to winning its second tournament of the season Sunday at the Rio Verde Invitational, but couldn’t overcome the red-hot play of Seton Hall’s top two players.

Stephanie St-Jean tied for fourth place at the Rio Verde Invitational.

Stephanie St-Jean tied for fourth place at the Rio Verde Invitational.

The Rockets finished in a second-place tie, just four strokes behind the Pirates at the par-72, 6,215-yard White Wing course at Rio Verde Country Club in Arizona.

All five Rockets registered rounds between three-over par 75 and five-over par 77 with junior Morgan Salm setting the pace at three-over 75. Senior Jennifer Elsholz and freshman Napahan Phongpaiboon each carded a four-over par 76, while UT’s top two finishers, juniors Sathika Ruenreong and Manisa Isavas, each notched five-over par 77s.

Ruenreong led Toledo in the event by tying for fourth place at six-over par 222 (74-71-77). Senior Stephanie St-Jean also tied for fourth place with rounds of 73-74-75, but was competing as an individual. Isavas tied for 10th place at eight-over 224 (75-72-77), while Elsholz tied for 17th place at 10-over par 226 (76-74-76). Salm tied for 47th place at 17-over par 233 (80-78-75), and Phongpaiboon tied for 54th place at 18-over par 234 (76-82-76).

Seton Hall captured the tournament title with a 32-over par 896 with Toledo tying Northern Arizona for second place at 36-over par 900.

The Pirates’ Erin McClure (71-73-74) and Alison Kruse (72-74-72) tied for first place at two-over par 218.

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