HANOVER, N.H – Senior Meghan Doherty (Westerly, R.I.) marked a two round score of 165, including a low round of 81 on the second day to lead the Holy Cross women's golf team individually for the first time this season as the Holy Cross women's golf squad finished in a tie for 17th with Boston University at the Dartmouth Invitational, held at the Hanover Country Club. As a team, the Crusaders finished with 692 strokes for the two-day event.
Holy Cross was in 18th place after Saturday's first round as Doherty marked a score of 84 to lead the team. Doherty would tab an 81 on the second day to finish in a tie for 34th overall. Fellow senior Johanna Gavin (Hackettstown, N.J.) finished next for the team, collecting a 175 over two rounds. Junior Ellie Deluca (New Canaan, Conn.) followed with a 178. Sophomore Kelly Reagan (Mendota Heights, Minn.) tied her career-low round with an 85 in the second day, finishing with a 180. Senior Kerrin O'Leary (Milton, Mass.) rounded out the team's performers, marking a 183.
Boston College won the invitational with 611 strokes as Eagle player Stephanie Hu won the individual title with 148 strokes and winning the playoff.
The Crusaders are next in action on Sept. 25-26 at the Mount Holyoke Invitational. The event will be held at the Orchards Golf Club in South Hadley, Mass.