WOODBURY, Minn. – Teresa Toscano tied for 14th and the South Dakota State women’s golf team ended up 15th in the team standings at the Minnesota Invitational, which concluded Tuesday at the 6,479-yard, par-72 Prestwick Golf Club.
San Jose State closed with a 3-over-par 291 to win the team title with a 54-hole tally of 4-under 860. Virginia Tech (299) was second at 872, Louisville (291) finished third at 873 and East Carolina (304) ended up fourth with an 874 total.
The Jackrabbits shot 311 in the final round for a 909 total.
The Spartans’ Natasha Andrea Oon shot a 2-under 70 Tuesday and won by six strokes with a 9-under 207 total.
The Hokies’ Emily Mahar (72) was runner-up at 213. Three golfers shot 2-under, two finished at 1-under and one was even.
Toscano carded a final-round 73 for a 219 total. She totaled nine birdies in the tourney.
Sydney Bormann (80) tied for 64th at 231, Cassidy Laidlaw (89) tied for 74th at 234, Lani Potter (78) tied for 76th at 235 and Mia Seeman (80) took 81st at 240.
Competing as an individual, Sydney Wirebaugh (80) was 82nd at 241.
SDSU returns to action at the 22nd annual Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship, hosted by Tennessee on Monday and Tuesday in Knoxville.
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