Andy Sneddon, CMUChippewas.com
BOWLING GREEN, Ohio -- The Central Michigan women's golf team shot at 346 team score Sunday to finish in 11th place at the Dolores Black Falcon Invitational at Stone Ridge Golf Club.
The Chippewas, who shot 340 in Saturday's opening round, finished with a 686 total in the 36-hole event, hosted by Bowling Green.
Toledo shot 303 for the second consecutive round to finish with a 606 team total and win the 11-team event. Youngstown State (609) was second, while Western Michigan (611) was third.
Grace Labrecque and Kristen Wolfe both shot 85 on Sunday to lead the Chippewas. Wolfe, who shot a team-low 83 in Saturday's opening round, finished at 168.
Labrecque finished at 172. Also for CMU on Sunday, Natalie Johnson shot 87 to finish at 171, Hannah Matthies shot 89 to finish at 175, and Amanda Walsh shot 90 to finish at 180.
Emily Dixon of Youngstown State shot a 1-under 71 on Saturday to finish at at 1-over 145 to claim medalist honors. Manisa Isavas of Toledo, who shot 74-72-146, placed second.
The Chippewas will play in the Mid-American Conference Championships, which will also be hosted by Bowling Green, at Shaker Run Golf Club in Lebanon, Ohio, April 24-26.