Women's golf places 7th at Williams Fall Invitational

Libbie Warner '19 (Josh McKee photo)
Libbie Warner '19 (Josh McKee photo)

Hamilton College finished in seventh place out of 15 teams at the 2018 Williams Women's Golf Fall Invitational on Sunday at Taconic Golf Club in Williamstown, Mass.

Hamilton's Libbie Warner '19 tied for 17th place out of 81 finishers with a 36-hole total of 161 (81-80). Warner hasn't shot worse than an 83 in any round this fall.

Celia Lau '21 tied for 32nd place at 169 (80-89). Lau was tied for ninth after she tied her collegiate best with an 80 on Saturday. Winda Wanikpun '20 tied for 34th place one shot back of Lau after rounds of 87 and 83, and Emily Moy '22 tied for 46th place at 177 (89-88). Sophia Archos '21 moved up 16 places from a tie for 64th to a tie for 48th by carding an 81 on Sunday. Archos ended up one shot behind Moy for the weekend.

The Continentals recorded a four-person team score of 337 in the first round, which was good for sixth place. Despite posting a better team score of 332 in the second round, Hamilton slipped one spot to seventh place with a tournament total of 669. New York University captured the team title at 622, Williams was the runner-up at 625, and Amherst took third place at 633.

The Continentals conclude the fall season this weekend with the 2018 NESCAC Women's Golf Championship at Middlebury's Ralph Myhre Golf Course. The first round is set for Saturday, Oct. 6 at 1 p.m.