Freshman Cassandra Marschall (Marshfield, Wis.) led the way for the Phoenix shooting 81 in the final round for a combined score of 161 (+15) in the tournament. Marschall's score placed her in a tie for seventh place.
All five of Green Bay's golfers finished in the top 25. Nicole Westcott (Mequon, Wis.) shot 84 in her final round, finishing with a combined total of 167 (+21) for the tournament. Westcott has 17 pars through 36 holes of play.
Christina De Boer (Onalaska, Wis.) tied for 16th place after improving five strokes from her first round. De Boer shot 82 in her final round finishing with a combined score of 169 (+23). Ellyn Hansen (Milton, Wis.) finished tied in 18th place after shooting 87 in her final round, finishing with a combined score of 170 (+24).
Rounding out Green Bay's top five was Eleanor Yorobe (Bloomington, Minn.) who improved seven shots in her final round. Yorobe shot 90 in her first round and improved to 83 in her second round finishing with a total of 173 (+27).
"It was a solid tournament for us. To finish six shots out of second place is something we're pleased with," said head Coach Lucas Hana.
Green Bay was the second best team on par 5 scoring as the Phoenix was +20. Green Bay also posted one eagle in the competition.
Conference rivals Loyola and Valparaiso finished the tournament in first and second place. Loyola posted a team score of 636, followed by Valparaiso who shot 657. University of North Dakota placed third ahead of Green Bay after shooting 659.
Green Bay will hit the road for the Chicago State Fall Tournament held in Hammond, Ind. Sunday, Sept. 19.
1. Loyola 636 (+52)
2. Valparaiso 657 (+73)
3. Univ. North Dakota 659 (+75)
4. Green Bay 663 (+79)
5. Chicago State 677 (+93)
6. Lewis University 687 (+103)
7. Univ. South Dakota 697 (+113)
8. IPFW 722 (138)