Women's Golf Places Fifth at Strong DePauw Invitational

225-chanrotchanaphanDANVILLE, IND. -- The Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology women's golf team finished fifth at the DePauw Invitational, featuring one of the strongest fields in the nation this weekend.

Nationally ranked Washington University won the tournament with a two-day score of 628 in rounds played at Deer Creek Golf Course on Saturday and Twin Bridges Golf Course on Sunday.

Two more nationally ranked teams, DePauw and Wittenberg, tied for second with two-day totals of 641.  North Central placed fourth at 675, followed by Rose-Hulman at 684.

Freshman Peem Chanrotchanaphan (Chiang Mai, Thailand/Grace International) earned second-team all-tournament recognition to lead the Fightin' Engineer effort.  Chanrotchanaphan placed ninth overall with rounds of 80 and 83.

Freshman Erin Scully (Arcadia/Hamilton Heights) came home second among Engineers and 21st overall with rounds of 83 and 87.

Sophomore Hayley Vonder Haar (Highland, Ill.) contributed two rounds of 88 to place 31st overall.  Junior Deanne De Keizer (Mishawaka/Penn) (84 and 95) and freshman Taylor King (Scottsville, Ky./Allen County Scottsville) (93 and 91) rounded out the team score.

The Fightin' Engineers return to action at the Franklin Invitational on Oct. 6.

TEAM SCORES: 1) Washington U. (Mo.) 315-313=628; 2) DePauw 315-326=641; 2) Wittenberg 326-315=641; 4) North Central 337-338=675; 5) Rose-Hulman 335-349=684; 6) Hanover 342-352=694; 7) St. Joseph's 350-357=707; 8) Transylvania 367-379=746; 9) Mount St. Joseph 369-391=760; 10) Anderson 384-391=775

INDIVIDUAL SCORES: 9) Peem Chanrotchanaphan 80-83=163; 21) Erin Scully 83-87=170; 31) Hayley Vonder Haar 88-88=176; 36) Deanne De Keizer 84-95=179; 40) Taylor King 93-91=184; 56) Melissa Montgomery 107-95=202