WEST POINT, Miss. – Vanderbilt ended fall competition in 10th place after completing The Ally at Old Waverly on Wednesday.
“It was really nice to see a glimpse of what Vandy women’s golf can really be when we make some putts, stay focused and play the way I know we’re capable of playing,” head coach Greg Allen said.
Throughout the tournament, Vandy (+17) maintained its overall standing and finished 39 strokes behind winning Alabama (-22). The Crimson Tide’s Benedetta Moreseco led all with her 19-under-par performance.
Auston Kim (-2) battled her way into the top-15, finishing tied for 11th at 67 on the day.
Vanderbilt notched 40 birdies during the tournament and an eagle today to wrap up The Ally.
Kim led the way with 13 birdies and was the only Commodore to tally an eagle.
“This is definitely the boost I was looking for as we head into the off-season,” Allen said.
“I think this group is very committed to put in the time and effort over the next three months so we will be ready to go come spring. The most important thing is to get Celina and Lou 100 percent healthy.”
Vandy will start the 2022 season at the two-day FAU Paradise Invitational in Boca Raton, Florida, at the Osprey Point Golf Course.