Bettering its opening round by 25 strokes, the Western Washington University women's golf team moved up one spot to place seventh among 13 teams at the 19th Annual Viking Invitational on Tuesday, Oct. 9, at the Bellingham Golf and Country Club.
Led by the 2-under par 71 of Anna Bourland, the Vikings shot 307 for a 36-hole total of 639.
Hawaii Hilo took the team trophy, shooting 299, the best round of the tournament, for a winning score of 608. That was six strokes better than first-day leader British Columbia (307=614).
Two Top 10-ranked teams followed with No. 8 Tarleton State placing third (306=616) and No. 7 Grand Canyon fourth (307=617).
Bourland finished in a five-way tie for eighth at 153.
WWU's Kristen Hansen placed 20th (76=158), Kara Zitzman tied for 26th (79=161) and Claire Rachor tied for 51st (81=172).