LEBANON, Pa. — For the second time in her short collegiate career, Sweet Briar first-year Annika Kuleba placed third on the individual leaderboard, finishing tied for third at the Dutchmen Spring Women's Invitational at Lebanon Country Club.
Playing as an individual, Kuleba (Endy, N.C.) finished third after shooting an 18-hole score of 86 (+14).
Kuleba's 86, matched Alvernia's Briana Hocker in third against a field of 26 players at the 18-hole tournament hosted by Lebanon Valley.
Matching her school-best top tournament finish, after previously finishing third in the fall at the Knights Invitational, Kuleba also carded the fourth lowest round in school history on Friday.
Atop the leaderboard, was Alvernia's Emily Gilbert, who posted a 75 (+3) at the concusion of the one-day tournament.
The Sweet Briar team enters the regular season finale on Sunday, at the two-day Goucher Spring Invitational at Hillendale Country Club in Phoenix, Md.