BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – For the first time since the 2018-19 season, the Indiana Hoosiers women's golf team claimed the team title after 36 holes at the Courtney Cole Invitational played at The Pfau Course on Tuesday.
The Hoosiers shot an 8-over 296 for the second-straight round to finish at 592 (+16) to finish 36 shots ahead of second-place Cincinnati (626; +52). Indiana earned the team title in the tournament for the first time since the Lady Boilermaker Classic on April 14, 2019.
Courtney Cole Invitational • Bloomington, Ind.
The Pfau Course
Par 72 • 6178 yards
Team Standings: 1st/5 – 592 (296-296; +16)
Top Indiana Player: Áine Donegan – 144 (71-73; E)
• Freshman Áine Donegan earned her third-straight top-15 finish and her first collegiate tournament title after shooting a 144 (71-73; E) over two rounds at The Pfau.