Story Links Results TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – Madison Glennie finished tied for second-place to lead the Drake University women’s golf team to a fifth-place finish at the Indiana State Spring Invitational on Monday. The Bulldogs recorded a 314 in the final round for a total score of 629 (315-314) and were five strokes behind fourth-place William Woods and six behind third-place Butler. The Bulldogs returns to action on Sunday at the Missouri Valley Conference Championship in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Print Friendly Version Sophomore Grace Dunn finished tied for 13th-place after shooting a four-over par, 76, on the final day for a total score of 156 (80-76). Freshman Sigurlaug Jonsdottir registered a total score of 161 (78-83), while junior Nicole Blanchard shaved off six strokes from her first round score for a total score of 166 (86-80). Freshman Aimee Gerschke capped of the team’s effort with a score of 167 (83-84). “We were close to having some really great team rounds, but just needed to clean up the silly short game mistakes,” said Pruett. “I am really proud of Maddie for fighting through some ball striking struggles. She’s been working really hard on her mental game and it’s showing,” said Drake head coach Rachael Pruett. Brooke Miller, who played as an individual, carded a 77 to match a career-best for a total score of 165 (88-77). “Brooke has worked so hard to come back and it’s nice to see that pay off for her. I’m proud of her,” said Pruett. Glennie fired a three-over par, 75, for a 36-hole total of 149 (74-75) to lead the team and was four strokes from medalist Kayla Katterhenry from Evansville.