MONTGOMERY, Ala. - The Sewanee women's golf team won the Montgomery Country Club Women's Intercollegiate, firing a team-low 617 in the two rounds at the Montgomery Country Club. Meghan Symonds also earned medalist honors at the two-day tournament.
Symonds finished the first 18 holes with a two-over-par, 75, tied with Sarah Moon of Birmingham-Southern. The junior finished Monday's action shooting an even par, 73, tied for the lowest score in the round to earn medalist honors out of 51 golfers.
The Cary, N.C. native finished with a two-over-par, 148, a season low. She finished the tournament with 10 birdies, including four on the back nine during the final round.
Natalie Javadi finished with a season-low score, firing a 157. She also made the top 10, finishing in a tie for eighth.
Sarah Battye battled her way from a 24th place finish in the first round to earn a top 15 spot, firing a 77 in Monday's final round to finish in a tie for 14th with a 161 score.
All five golfers finished with a season-low score in this week's tournament.
As a team, the Tigers held off a late charge by Berry, finishing ahead of the Vikings by two strokes for a 617 score (307-310).
The Tigers next return to the links on Oct. 15 for the Golfweek Preview.