SOUTH BEND, IND. -- The Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology women's golf team placed sixth in the season opening Anderson Invitational on Saturday and Sunday.
The 36-hole tournament was shortened to 27 holes due to strong rains on Sunday.
Sophomore Deanne De Keizer (Mishawaka/Penn) joined freshmen Jaclyn Smith (Thorntown/Western Boone) and Hayley Vonder Haar (Highland, Ill.) with two-day scores of 133.
De Keizer fired a round of 90 then a nine-hole score of 43. Both Smith and Vonder Haar contributed rounds of 86 and nine-hole scores of 47.
Sophomore Emily Barker (Fort Wayne/Leo) was on her way to one of the top rounds in school history on Sunday after firing a nine-hole score of 36 prior to the rain.
Sophomore Miriam Remmers (Hudson, Ohio) added a score of 137 for 27 holes, with freshman Chloe LaVelle (East Patchogue, N.Y./Patchogue-Medford) contributing a total of 152.
Rose-Hulman returns to action at the Franklin College Invitational next Sunday.
ANDERSON UNIVERSITY INVITATIONAL
INDIVIDUAL SCORES: Deanne De Keizer 90-43=133; Jaclyn Smith 86-47=133; Hayley Vonder Haar 86-47=133; Emily Barker 98-36=134; Miriam Remmers 94-43=137; Chloe LaVelle 100-52=152
TEAM SCORES: DePauw 454; St. Mary's College 481; Olivet 487; Franklin 495; Hanover 498; Rose-Hulman 537; Defiance 577