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Senior Heather McLean inished tied for 82nd place after recording a total score of 237 at the NCAA DII Women's Golf Championship which took place May 16-18. 

The athletes played 54 holes over three days at the Fox Run Golf Course in Eureka, Mo. McLean started with a four-over par 78 on Tuesday before shooting an 81 on Wednesday's round. She came back with another 78 on Thursday to wrap up championship stroke play and her collegiate career. The Port Williams, Nova Scotia native tallied up 36 pars and 1 birdie. 

Olivia Gronborg of Nova Southeastern completed 54 holes in dominant fashion to become the individual National Champion. Gronborg was one of three athletes to shoot a 68 in the stroke play rounds of the Championship, going 68-69-73 to win by four strokes over Gabby Woods of Findlay and Olivia Mitchell of DBU. 

The top eight teams will advance to the medal/match play quarterfinals tomorrow.  Individuals will not advance past stroke play. Advancing teams include Findlay, Lynn, West Texas A&M, HSU, DBU, EastBay, Indianapolis, and NSU