TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology senior Hayley Vonder Haar capped one of the top careers in Fightin' Engineer women's golf history with the individual title at the Franklin Invitational on Saturday and Sunday.
Vonder Haar buried a five-foot putt on the 18th hole to earn Medalist honors by one shot in the last tournament of her Rose-Hulman career. She fired a final round 79 after carding an 83 on Saturday.
The Fightin' Engineers finished third overall in the team score.
Senior Jaclyn Smith finished second among Rose-Hulman players with rounds of 92 and 87. Sophomore Ashton Foushee scored 94 and 88, with senior Chloe LaVelle adding two scores of 101. Junior Taylor King also contributed a second-round score of 91 to the team tally.
Rose-Hulman closes one of the strongest spring seasons in program history with today's results. Vonder Haar, Smith and LaVelle also capped their playing careers at the Franklin Invitational. Vonder Haar earned her second career tournament individual championship and graduates as the second three-time all-conference player in women's golf program history.