King places four in top 10, takes 2nd at Conference Carolinas Championships

Picture taken by Tessa Klingensmith.
Picture taken by Tessa Klingensmith.

BROWNS SUMMIT, N.C. – The King University women's golf team held the lead after each of the first two rounds, but they couldn't hold the lead on the final day has the finish second to Limestone College. The Tornado carded a final round score of 317 to complete the tournament with a score of 943. King did place four golfers in the top 10 and were led by senior Anna Walker.

Walker finished fourth, her best finish of her career with a tournament total of 235 after carding an 82 in the final round. The trio of Elizabeth Swallow, Samantha Taylor and Nicola Robertson all tied for sixth with three-day totals of 237. Swallow closed the championship with a round of 75 while Taylor carded a 79 on Tuesday and Robertson shot 81 in the final round.

Cortnee Young rounded out the squad for King, shooting an 89 in the final round for a total of 248.

Maddisen Cox of Converse College won the individual title with a tournament score of 222. Limestone took the team title, shooting 307 in the final round for a championship total of 935 to best King's tournament score of 943. Converse finished third at 267.

The second place finish for King matches their best finish at the event as they took second in 2013.