Laude's fourth-place finish is the second top five for a Chippewa golfer since the program’s resurrection before the 2014-15 season. Natalie Johnson posted the Chippewas’ first top five, a tie for third, last spring at the Bowling Green Dolores Black Falcon Invitational.
Jami Laude, a freshman, shot a 2-over-par 72, tying teammate Danielle Sawyer for the best round in program history. The 305 is the lowest 18-hole total ever by a Chippewa squad.
In their first four tournaments of 2017-18, the Chippewas have set team program records for best 18-hole , 36-hole and 54-hole scores, and freshman Jami Laude has set program marks for 36- and 54-hole totals.
Johnson’s score was one of three 79s for the Chippewas on Tuesday. Freshman Jami Laude and senior Holly Hines also signed for 79. Laude finished at 240, tied for 35th. Hines, playing as an individual, finished at 252.
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