Crusaders Close Out IPFW Spring Classic
Monday, April 7, 2014
Crusaders Close Out IPFW Spring Classic
Kelly Voigt led the Crusader contingent on Monday.

The Valparaiso women’s golf team finished out the IPFW Spring Classic at Chestnut Hills G.C. in Fort Wayne, Ind. on Monday afternoon, closing out the 36-hole event in ninth place as two Crusaders finished in the top-10 individually.

The Crusaders posted a team score of 331 in Monday’s final round to finish with a 36-hole total of 642, good for ninth place out of the 12 competing teams and just eight strokes out of seventh position.  Indianapolis won the team title with a score of 612, while Youngstown State’s Allison Mitzel captured individual top honors with a score of 147.

Valpo boasted an all-senior team at the tournament, and were led on Monday by Kelly Voigt (Palatine, Ill./Fremd), who posted her second straight round of 76 to finish in a tie for sixth place at 152.  Erika Pfaender (Pewaukee, Wis./Arrowhead) finished one shot back of Voigt at 153 following a final-round 77, good for a tie for ninth position.

Brianna Davy (Schererville, Ind./Lake Central) closed the 36-hole event in a tie for 58th position with a score of 173 over the two days of action.  Alyssa Cameron (Warsaw, Ind./Warsaw) rounded out the Crusader team score on Monday, improving by three strokes over her effort in Sunday’s opening round in finishing 64th with a score of 183.

Valparaiso takes part in its final prep tournament before the Horizon League Championship next weekend, as the Crusaders return home to host the Crusader/Jaguar Challenge at The Course at Aberdeen.  The two-day tournament begins Saturday.