Howey-In-The-Hills, Fla. - YSU's Katlyn Shutt had a solid final round to finish in the top 10 while her sister Courtney Shutt capped off her Penguins career on a high note as the Horizon League Women's Golf Championships concluded on Tuesday at the Las Colinas Golf Course.
Katlyn Shutt had a one-over par 74 for her final round on Tuesday to improve six spots in the final standings. Shutt posted a three-round total of 237 to finish in eighth place. She was in a groove on Tuesday posting 14 pars, two birdies, a bogey and a double bogey. After a bogey on the first hole, she pared 13 of the next 14 holes. The only non-par was a birdie three at the par-4 sixth hole. A double bogey at No. 16 halted her run, but she rebounded to par the 17th and birdie the 18th to finish her round.
Courtney Shutt, a senior, concluded the tournament with her best round carding an 82. She played her final 10 holes at one-over par to finish her career strong. On the back nine she had six pars, two bogeys and a birdie at the par-5 14th. In the individual standings she placed 36th with a 257.
Freshman Tori Utrup had a final round 83, her best of the the tournament, to finish 25th with a three-round total of 252. In her final round, Utrup had a birdie on the par 4 ninth hole.
Megan Creager and Kara Raines each finished with a three-round total of 262 for the event. In their final rounds, Creager shot an 86 while Raines carded an 87. Raines' round was highlighted by a birdie on the par-4 ninth.
In the team standings, the Penguins finished seventh with a three-round total of 1,003. YSU had its best round of the event on Tuesday finishing with a team score of 325.