ABBOTTSTOWN, Pa. – Morgan Koopman (Finksburg, Md./McDonogh) fired a second-round score of 80 to finish with a 164 for 36 holes and lead McDaniel to a second-place finish at its own spring invitational in women's golf action on Saturday and Sunday.
As a team, the Green Terror combined to post a score of 716, following up a first-round score of 363 with a round of 353 on Sunday at The Bridges Golf Club.
New York University won the team title with a score of 642 (315-327) behind individual medallist Elaine Tse, who fired a tournament-record round of 71 on Saturday and finished with a 36-hole record score of 147.
Koopman finished third in the tournament after registering a score of 84 on Saturday and team-low round of 80 on Saturday.
Alise McNutt (Flourtown, Pa./Mount St. Joseph) carded a 36-hole score of 171 to finish seventh, improving from a round of 88 on Saturday to a round of 83 in the second round.
Katie Pass (Westminster, Md./Winters Mill) finished 16th overall, carding matching rounds of 85 to finish with a score of 190.
The Green Terror returns to action at the Gettysburg Spring Invitational on the site of the Centennial Conference championship, Hanover Country Club, on Saturday and Sunday.
Team Scores: 1. New York University 642 (315-327), 2. McDaniel 716 (363-353), 3. St. John Fisher 793 (391-402), 4. Nazareth 799 (395-404), 5. Washington & Jefferson 801 (415-386).
McDaniel Results: 3T. Morgan Koopman 164 (84-80), 7. Alise McNutt 171 (88-83), 16. Katie Pass 190 (95-95), 18T. Liz Moir 193 (98-95), 22. Bridget McLaughlin 203 (96-107).