ORLANDO, Fla. -- The Old Dominion women's golf team finished in 15th place at the UCF Challenge Tuesday at the Eagle Creek Golf Club in Orlando. Individually, Charlotte De Corte was the highest placing Monarch, as the sophomore from Londerzeel, Belgium placed 23rd out of 96 golfers.
No. 50 Clemson and No. 14 Miami tied for the team title, as the Tigers and Hurricanes finished the three-round tournament 14-under par. No. 17 Texas, No. 20 UCF and Mississippi State finished in a three-way tie for third, just four strokes behind.
The Monarchs finished in 15th place ahead of South Florida and UNC Wilmington.
De Corte, who fired a 75 in the final round, finished in 23rd place (-1), while Sana Tufail (E) was just one stroke behind in 25th place. Maggie Simmermacher placed 45th, shooting four-over par.
Mallory Hetzel's Monarchs are back in action March 6-7 at the UNF Collegiate at the Jacksonville Golf and Country Club in Jacksonville, Florida.