LOCK HAVEN, Pa. – Rachel Wilson saved her best performance of the season for last over the weekend with a second-place finish at the Eagle Invitational hosted by Ashland.
Wilson posted her best finish of the season and tied her career-best. During the two-round tournament, Wilson recorded 17 pars, two birdies, and one eagle. Wednesday, Wilson was named PSAC Golf Athlete of the Week.
A Warren Area High School alum, Wilson helped her current team at California University of Pennsylvania to a fourth place finish at the Eagle Invitational.
The Vulcans shot a 98-over 682 (340-342) to place fourth while playing at the par-73 Ashland Golf Club. The host Eagles fired the lowest score of the tournament in the second round to earn the invitational title by five strokes with a 78-over 662 (335-327). Ohio Dominican finished second in the team standings with an 83-over 667 (330-337) and Davenport (Mich.) placed third with an 86-over 670 (335-335). The event featured eight teams from four different conferences and five states.
Wilson carded her best finish of the fall season by shooting a 17-over 163 (81-82) while in Ohio. She tied for third in the field with 17 pars and played three holes under par over the two rounds. Wilson played the back nine at a combined four-over after firing a birdie on the par-five 11th in the opening round before recording an eagle on the same hole on Sunday.
The Eagle Invitational was the final event for the fall as the PSAC Championships were moved to the spring season.
*Stats and results from the Eagle Invitational provided courtesy Cal U. Sports Information