IU women's golf finished its first tournament of the season in sixth place Tuesday afternoon at Ptarmigan Country Club in Fort Collins, Colorado.
The Ptarmigan Ram Classic saw the Hoosiers finish behind New Mexico State, San Jose State, San Francisco, Colorado State and Long Beach State.
Junior Erin Harper was IU's highest-ranked individual golfer, as she posted a score of 218 strokes, finishing tied for 11th place.
Sophomore Elisa Pierre closed the three-day tournament strong with a round of 70, which tied her career low for a round. Pierre finished in a tie for 17th overall with 220 strokes.
Freshmen Mary Parsons and Angela Aung finished in 39th and 41st, respectively, while sophomore Emma Fisher rounded out the IU roster in a tie for 43rd place.
IU women's golf will next be in action at the Coeur D’Alene Resort Collegiate Invitational in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho, on Sept. 26-27.
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