King puts three in top 10, finishes second at King Invite

King puts three in top 10, finishes second at King Invite

BRISTOL, Tenn. – The King University women's golf team entered the final round of the King University Invitational with the lead, but Carson-Newman University overtook the Tornado in the final round. King finished second with a tournament total of 611 after shooting 306 in the second round and were led by Fiona Hebbel who finished third.

KING RESULTS: 2nd of 7 (611)
LOCATION: Country Club of Bristol; Bristol, Tenn.
COURSE DETAILS: Par 71, 5852 yards


  • Hebbel shot even par 71 on day one, and followed that with a round of 78 to finish the tournament with a score of 149, giving her a third place finish.
  • Samantha Taylor rebounded from a rough day one to shoot 73 in the second round, giving her an eighth place finish with a tournament total of 153.
  • Also finishing in the top 10 was Emilie Olstad who followed her first round of 77 with a round of 78. She finished in ninth place with a tournament total of 155.
  • Nicola Robertson nearly missed the top 10 finishing 12 with a tournament score of 157. She improved on her 80 in round one with a 77 in the final round.
  • Daphne Chang rounded out the squad with a score of 160, finishing 14th. She followed a 77 in the first round with an 83 in the second round.
  • Playing as an individual, Autumn Bergendahl shot 102 in the second round, following her first round of 92, finising at 194.


  • Carson-Newman took home the team title, shooting 296 in the second round to finish with a tournament total of 608.
  • The Tornado were not far behind at 611, taking second.
  • Individually, Elizabeth England of Carson-Newman took home individual medalist honors, shooting 143 while her teammate Reagn Kinnie shot 147 to take second.
  • Hebbel was not far behind for the Tornado, taking third at 149.


  • King is next in action again on October 10-11 at the Patsy Randleman Invitational at the Salisbury Country Club in Salisbury, N.C.