Foresters Tie for Second at Shenandoah Spring Fling

Foresters Tie for Second at Shenandoah Spring Fling

Senior Yuka Kawata was one of three Foresters in the top 15 and Lake Forest tied for second place out of six teams at the Shenandoah University Spring Fling on Thursday and Friday.

Kawata carded a 90 in the first round and an 88 on Friday to tie for 10th place in the 34-player field.

The Foresters top player at the event was junior Amanda Lee, whose two-day score of 167 was good for fourth place. She had a pair of birdies and six pars during her round of 84 on Thursday before recording pars on eight holes and posting a score of 83 on Friday.

Freshman Sydney Reeder's 36-hole score of 179 was good for 13th place and classmate Francesca Carney tied for 17th at 184. Senior Cece Cruz was tied-for-20th at 187, sophomore Jessica Carney 24th with a score of 193, Sophia Levinson tied-for-25th at 194, and freshman Elizabeth Santos 31st at 203.

Lake Forest's two-day score of 717 was tied with Shenandoah, 15 shots behind first-place Mount St. Joseph University.

The next event on the Foresters' schedule is Judson University Invitational on April 13.