BATON ROUGE, Louisiana – Junior Lyberty Anderson carded a one-under-par 71 to lead UNCW during the final round of the LSU Tiger Classic at The University Club on Sunday afternoon.
The Seahawks, who finished in ninth place in the tournament, fashioned a 300 team score in the third round, marking their best effort of the weekend. Duke, which is No. 11 in the latest GolfStat rankings, parlayed a five-under-par effort in the final round into winning the team title by 18 strokes over Oklahoma State.
Anderson, who finished in a tie for 26th place, posted an eagle on the 14th hole in addition to recording a birdie on the fourth hole. She completed the tournament with a seven-over-par score of 223.
Freshman Thao My Nguyen claimed a share of 22nd place with a three-round score of 74-73-75=222 while junior Kayla Thompson followed in a tie for 34th place after posting a two-over-par 74 in the final round.
Sophomore Ellinoora Moisio earned a piece of 52nd place while junior Alaina Yeatts closed out the Seahawks’ contingent in 80th place.
The Seahawks will compete at the Clemson Invitational next weekend in their final tune-up before the Colonial Athletic Association Championship.