St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 2, 2016 – The Washington University in St. Louis women's golf team moved into the the NCAA Division III Top-25 Golfstat Relative Rankings on Tuesday evening.
The Bears rank No. 23 overall after a fall season which saw women's golf claim two tournament titles which led to the 30th title in WashU history. The team is averaging a round score of 310.44, fourth best in the country.
George Fox University is atop the latest ranking while Williams College, Whitman College, Wittenberg University and Rhodes College round out the top five.
Freshman Samantha Haubenstock leads the Bears with an average score of 75.11. She ranks second in the region and 18th overall in Division III. Sophomore Chloe DiPetrillo (78.00), junior Erin Drolet (78.56) and sophomore Hanna Jia (79.50) also average below 80.
WashU won the Labor Day Tee-Off on Sept. 4 and the Illinois Wesleyan University Fall Classic on Sept. 25. The team finished two-strokes behind reigning national champ and tournament host Rhodes College during the Rhodes Classic. The Bears return to action on Saturday March 11, 2017 in the University Athletic Association Championship in Sorrento, Fla. Be sure to stay up to date on all the Bears scores and awards by following @WashUBears on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.