After entering the final day of competition in eighth place, the Hoosiers finished fourth out of 13 schools at the Bay Area Intercollegiate. IU’s score Tuesday was the second best score of all schools competing.
The teams that finished behind IU included No. 11 Washington, No. 26 BYU and No. 46 San Francisco in its best team finish of the season. The Hoosiers also finished fourth in the stroke play portion of the East-West Match Play on Sept. 20, 2015.
The top IU golfer the final day of competition was sophomore Alix Kong, who shot four under par Tuesday for the second best score of all golfers competing that day at the Meadows Club near San Francisco.
After shooting eight over par in the first round, Kong finished with a total score of four over par to finish tied for 16th in the tournament.
This was Kong’s first team competition of the season and her highest career finish.
Also finishing tied for 16th was senior Camille Chevalier, who shot 1-under par Tuesday.
Her final round was her best since she shot a 3-under par round at the Las Vegas Intercollegiate on Oct. 27, 2015.