RENO, Nev. --- The Sacramento State women''s golf team recorded its third-best 54-hole score in school history to finish second at the Wolf Pack Invitational on Wednesday. The Hornets shot 320-300-313-933 and finished 13 strokes behind the host Wolf Pack.
Emily Longcrier tied for seventh place with rounds of 79, 73 and 81 to record the top finish for a Sacramento State golfer. Senior Margaux Sheehan had the low round on the team on Wednesday to move into a tie for 10th. Sheehan shot 78-85-72-235. Her third-round 72 tied two others in the field for the lowest round of the tournament which was held at Dâ€™Andrea Country Club (Par 72, 6,044 yards). It is also tied for the fifth-lowest round in school history.
Erica Haney tied for 13th at 82-77-78-237 and senior Jennifer Parkes was 18th at 85-74-82-241. Heather LeMaster completed the Hornets scores by tying for 19th with rounds of 81-76-85-242.
Nevada''s Nicole de Gennaro was the medalist. The senior shot 78-74-73-225.
1. Nevada 316-304-300-920
2. Sacramento State 320-300-313-933
3. Northern Iowa 317-308-315-940
4. Cal Poly 313-321-314-948
5. Texas San Antonio 329-318-317-964
6. Lamar University 340-324-314-978
7. CS Northridge 344-334-330-1008
8. Idaho State 348-355-321-1024