JOHNS ISLAND, S.C. - The Old Dominion women's golf team finished in a tie for fourth at the Briar's Creek Invitational hosted by College of Charleston. Freshman Leah Onosato collected her first top-10 finish.
"We are really please to beat some of the best teams in the country on a championship golf course," said head coach Mallory Hetzel. "Briar's Creek is a test in perfect weather but the wind made it even tougher. We handled the conditions well and battled to the end. We are excited to have a week of practice before we leave for LSU."
The Monarchs finished ahead of No. 20 Furman, No. 22 Clemson, No. 45 ECU, No. 27 Illinois and No. 50 Penn State. ODU posted a final round 297 on Tuesday.
Onosato was -2 in all par 3's during the tournament. This is her third-straight tournament shooting a 215. Senior Sana Tufail also picked up a top-20 finish for ODU. Tufail finished one-over after her final round 76. Abigail Portyrata and Jana Melichova both posted a 75 in the closing round at Briar's Creek. Senior Charlotte De Corte put up a 78 on Tuesday afternoon.