The Crusaders were unable to replicate its record-breaking performance from Saturday but did shoot well enough to finish fourth at this year's OAC Championship. Senior Katie Lease became a four-time All-OAC honoree after another top-10 finish.
Sunday's final round of the OAC Championship got a lot more interesting after Capital's record-breaking round on Saturday afternoon, which elevated the team to third and just one stroke out of second place.
All five Crusaders in the lineup for the OAC Championship finished inside the top-20, three on pace for all-conference honors. With two rounds left to play, Women's Golf sits in fourth place embedded in a tight race for the conference title.
Junior Katelynn Kinley exited Saturday's first round of the Wooster Spring Classic in sixth place, helping Capital to a fifth-place finish. Those scores would stand as final after Sunday's second round was canceled due to poor weather.
Two Capital golfers finished in the top five and all four scorers finished in the top 10. The Crusaders went on to win its first tournament in nearly eight years at the Cardinal Classic on Friday afternoon.
The Capital University women’s golf team took its talents to Fletcher, N.C. where Mars Hill University hosted its own invitational tournament. Capital competed admirably and finished fifth out of six teams.
Janie Moller finished sixth, while Madison Harsh put forth the biggest turnaround to help Capital elevate its game and place third at this year's OAC Preview tournament. It also served as another day that record books were altered.