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Women’s Golf Wraps Up Play at Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic

Women’s Golf Wraps Up Play at Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic

The No. 4 ranked Emory women's golf team played its third and final round in the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic on Saturday afternoon. The Eagles shot a 313 (+25) in the final round, bringing their three-round total to 963 (+99). NCAA Division I's No. 10 ranked team, Auburn, won the event by 11 strokes with a cumulative score of 865 (+1). Other Division I schools at the event included #17 Florida, #22 Virginia, #25 SMU, Alabama, Charleston, Georgia Southern, Illinois, Kansas State, Michigan, Missouri, N.C. State and San Diego State. The tournament was held at the University of Georgia Golf Course's Par-72, 6,351-yard course in Athens, Georgia.

Three different Eagles broke 80 in the final day, improving upon their performance on day one. As a team, the Eagles finished with 16 birdies and 119 pars over the course of three rounds.

Emory's top performer was freshman Carys Code, who shot a 76 (+4) in her final round to bring her three-round score to 235 (+19). The freshman was tied for first on the team with birdies in the tournament with four. She finished the event tied for 69th place.

Fellow freshman Esther Jung was close behind Code, shooting a team-best 75 (+3) on Saturday. Her three-round score comes to 240 (+24), seeing her tie for 82nd place.

Junior Sharon Mun finished her event shooting an 83 (+11) to finish her three rounds sitting at 244 (+28). She also tapped in four birdies, tied for the most on the team with Code. The junior finished tied for 86th place.

Mun's classmate Ellen Dong rounded out the Eagles' scores from Saturday, shooting a 79 (+7). Dong finished her tournament with a three-round score of 246 (+30) and in 88th place.

Senior Irene Wang did not participate in the final round. She shot a 168 (+24) on the opening day of the event.

The Eagles will be back on the course on April 8th and 9th to compete in the Stith Invitational. The two-day event will be held in Glen Allen, Virginia at The Dominion Club.