The University of Findlay women's golf squad, ranked 15th in the nation, took home the team title at the Cav Classic, which wrapped up 36 holes of action on April 13 at the Glenmoor Country Club in Canton, Ohio. The Oilers finished with a 605 (302, 303) to edge Grand Valley State University. Initially, Findlay took second, one shot behind the Lakers, but the signing of an incorrect scorecard disqualified GVSU's number two player, and the Oilers ascended to take the title.
Senior Makenzie Torres earned medalist honors at the event after posting a 4-over par score of 148. Torres shot a 1-under par score of 71 during the first 18 holes of the tournament and then finished with a 77 in the second 18 holes of the day to claim first place.
Senior Samantha Hatter and freshman Jill Schmitmeyer tied for fifth at the event as they each turned in a 36-hole score of 151. Hatter posted a 75 in the first round before coming back with a 76 in the second while Schmitmeyer had a 77 in the round one and a 74 in round two.
Junior Meredith Wipper and sophomore Kristina Kniesly each tied for 12th at the event as well for Findlay after they each turned in a card with a 36-hole score of 156. Wipper had a 79 in round one before coming back with a 77 in round two. Kniesly meanwhile had an 80 during the first 18 holes and posted a 76 during the second 18 holes.