Tartans Tied for Fourth at Jekyll Island Collegiate

Tartans Tied for Fourth at Jekyll Island Collegiate

(JEKYLL ISLAND, Ga.) - The Carnegie Mellon University women's golf ended play at the 54-hole Jekyll Island Collegiate on Sunday. The Tartans shot a team score of 319 over the final round and placed fifth with a 919 (299-301-319), which is the fifth lowest 54-hole team score in program history.

Inside the Collegiate:
Tournament Finish: T-4th of 24 Teams
Tournament Team Champion: Redlands 901 (300-299-302)
Tournament Individual Medalist: Sydney Kuo, WashU (+2)
Location: Indian Mounds Golf Club | Jekyll Island, Ga.
Par/Yardage: 72/5,600

How it Happened:

  • Sophomore Sriya Mupparaju tied for third individually in a field of 120 golfers with a 54-hole score of 221 (71-74-76). Here 221 is the fourth lowest 54-hole score in program history.
  • Sophomore Kaylin Yeoh ended the tournament with a 228 (74-75-79).
  • Senior Alexis Sudjianto carded a 235 (76-76-83) of the three rounds.
  • Sophomore Sense Sangkagoon finished with a 239 (80-76-83).
  • Junior Denise Pan shot a 241 (78-82-81).

Up Next:

  • The Tartans will hit the links again on April 3-4 at The Max and Susan Stith Invitational being played at The Dominion Club in Glen Allen, Virginia.