The University of Findlay women's golf team, ranked 15th in the nation, took runner-up honors at the Cav Classic, which wrapped up 36 holes of action on April 13 at the Glenmoor Country Club in Canton, Ohio. The Oilers finished with a 605 (302, 303), just one stroke off of Grand Valley State, who won with a 604 (303, 301).
Senior Mackenzie Torres earned medalist honors at the event after posting a 4-over par score of 148. Torres shot a 1-under par score of 71 during the first 18 holes of the tournament and then finished with a 77 in the second 18 holes of the day to claim first place.
Senior Samantha Hatter and freshman Jill Schmitmeyer tied for fifth at the event as they each turned in a 36-hole score of 151. Hatter posted a 75 in the first round before coming back with a 76 in the second while Schmitmeyer had a 77 in the round one and a 74 in round two.
Junior Meredith Wipper and sophomore Kristina Kniesly each tied for 13th at the event as well for Findlay after they each turned in a card with a 36-hole score of 156. Wipper had a 79 in round one before coming back with a 77 in round two. Kniesly meanwhile had an 80 during the first 18 holes and posted a 76 during the second 18 holes.