Bowling Green, Ohio - The Youngstown State women's golf team finished tied for 13th in the 2018 Dolores Black Falcon Invitational at Stone Ridge Golf Club on Sunday.
The Penguins posted a 331 in the first round on Saturday before turning in a 318 in the final round on Sunday.
Katlyn Shutt led YSU with a two-round score of 158 (80-78) to finish in a tie for 29th. The sophomore posted the team's lowest score in each round of the event.
Shutt's second-round 78 featured 13 pars and matched her lowest single-round score of the season. She was competing in just her third event of the season after missing the entire fall season due to injury.
Tori Utrup finished just two strokes back of Shutt with a 160 (81-79). Her second-round 79 featured 13 pars and was her second-best, single-round score of the season.
Courtney Shutt shot a 163 (81-82) to finish five strokes behind her sister Katlyn. Courtney had finished in the top 12 and been YSU top finisher in the team's previous four stroke play events.
Indianapolis took home the team victory with a two-round 600 (306-294). The Greyhounds' second-round 294 was the lowest single-round team score of the event by five strokes.
Ohio's Emily Hughes earned medalist honors by one stroke over Toledo's Pinyada Kuvanun after shooting a 144 (77-67) to finish at even par. Her second-round 67 was the lowest single-round score of the event and allowed her to climb 14 spots and claim the win in the final round.
Youngstown State will be back on the course April 13 for the Sand Ridge Shootout at Sand Ridge Golf Club in Chardon, Ohio.
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