Tigers Tie For 10th at NCAA Championships; Miller Earns All-America Honors with Fifth-Place Finish

Tigers Tie For 10th at NCAA Championships; Miller Earns All-America Honors with Fifth-Place Finish

Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla. - DePauw shot a final-round 324 and totaled 1,312 strokes and tied for 10th with Washington University at the NCAA Division III Women's Golf Championships on El Campeon Golf Course. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps won the team title in a playoff over Williams after each finished at 1,261.

Rachele Miller earned all-America honors for her fifth-place showing as she shot an 80 today for a four-day total of 310. Her final round included one birdie and 11 pars.

Anna Foley shot a one-over 74 today, her best round of the Championships, to finish tied for 27th at 323. Her final round included a pair of birdies and 14 pars.

Tarinni Sameer Kakar finished in a tie for 60th at 341 following her best round of the tournament at 81. Today, Kakar carded one birdie and nine pars.

Larisa Luloff tied for 66 at 344 including today's 89 that featured two birdies and eight pars. Rounding out the Tigers' lineup in 69th place was Cristal Chan with a 345 including today's 89. Chan had two birdies and three pars in the fourth round.

Margaret Loncki of Claremont Mudd Scripps was the individual champion with a 303.

The Tigers' top-10 finish marked the 13th time they've accomplished the feat in 14 NCAA appearances.