ST. LOUIS, Mo. (April 9, 2017) – The No. 28 Sewanee women's golf team could not maintain its momentum in the final round as the Tigers dropped to ninth during at Washington University Spring Invitational.
No. 4 Rhodes won the team title with a 37-over par 597. The Tigers, who fired a 320 on Saturday, finished with a 646 total. No. 33 Gustavus Adolphus finished second at 624 while No. 17 DePauw was third with a 625.
Meghan Symonds led Sewanee with a 155 total. After a 78 during the first round, Symonds improved by one stroke to finish tied for 14th.
Natalie Javadi stayed consistent with her second straight 80 on Sunday. Javadi finished in 28th with a 160 total.
Sewanee returns to action in two weeks at the SAA Championships in Maumelle, Ark.