- Kaylee Neumeister shared medalist honors after shooting an even-par 72
- Madison Butler recorded a top-five finish as she placed fifth overall with a score of 75
- Cleveland State finished second in the team competition with a score of 308
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Kaylee Neumeister carded an even-par 72 to share medalist honors on Saturday at the Youngstown State Spring Invitational at the Youngstown Country Club.
Neumeister shared medalist hoor with Katlyn Shutt of Youngstown State as each player fired a 72. It marked the second career medalist honor for Neumeister who also won the Oakland/Youngstown State tri-match on Feb. 21, 2017. She becomes the first Cleveland State golfer to earn medalist honors since Ashley Knight was the medalist at the John Carroll Invitational on Sept 17-18, 2017.
Led by Neumeister, Cleveland State finished second in the team standings with a score of 308, while Youngstown State captured the team title with a score of 298.
Madison Butler also posted a top-five finish for the Vikings as she shot a three-over par 75 over the par-72, 5,914-yard layout at the Youngstown Country Club to place fifth.
Meg Rossouw finished third for the Vikings with a score of 79, which tied her for fourth overall in the individual standings.
This marked the Vikings final tune-up of the season prior to the Horizon League Championship, which will be played April 21-23.
1.Youngstown State 298; 2. Cleveland State 308; 3. Bowling Green State 313; 4. Niagara 322
CLEVELAND STATE INDIVIDUALS
1t. Kaylee Neumeister 72
5. Madison Butler 75
14t. Meg Rossouw 79
19t. Ashley Knight 82
21t. Grace Zimmerman 84