Danville, Ind. - Paced by Larisa Luloff's medalist performance, DePauw's "A" team finished with a 599, eight strokes ahead of WashU. The Tigers' 295 in the opening round tied the school record for lowest round.
Luloff shot a 142 (70-72) to win by four strokes for her third championship of the fall. Rachele Miller was third at 147 (72-75), while Allison Miller finished ninth with a 157 (75-82). Anna Foley (81-77) and Tarinni Sameer Kakar (78-80) each shot 158 to tie for 10th.
The Tigers' "B" team was third with a 639 including today's 312. Danielle Smith tied for sixth with a 155 (79-76) with Tori Gingerich next with a 160 to tie for 14th. Paige Sanfelippo followed with a 161 (84-77) with Layla Ahmadi next at 164 (84-80) and Cristal Chan at 174 (83-91).
Frankie Bell's 160 (78-82) paced the "C" team to a fifth-place showing with a 676. Emily Balding (85-85) and Adrienne Pemberton (85-85) followed with 170 apiece with Cate Joelson totaling 176 (92-84).
The top five finishers earned all-tournament team honors.