ENID, Okla. – Fort Hays State sophomore Hannah Perkins claimed the second individual title of her career at the Ranger Invitational, hosted by Northwestern Oklahoma State University at Meadowlake Golf Course. She helped the Tigers to a second-place finish as a team.

Perkins shot a total of 5-over par for the tournament with a 3-over par 75 on day one and then a two-over par 74 on day two. She was two strokes clear of Shanae Ammons from Lubbock Christian. Perkins was one of just three players to shoot inside 10-over par overall for the tournament. It was the first individual win of the season for Perkins, who claimed her first collegiate tournament win as a freshman last spring.

Taylor DeBoer joined Perkins in the top 10 individually in seventh place. She shot rounds of 85 and 82. Hannah Karasiuk was just outside the top 10 in 11th with rounds of 86 and 83. Kelsey McCarthy tied for 19th with rounds of 92 and 88, while Hadley Tharp shot two rounds of 97 to finish in 33rd.

Lubbock Christian won the team title by 27 strokes with a total of 638. The Tigers shot 665 and were clear of third place Northwestern Oklahoma State by 15 strokes. This tournament wraps up the fall schedule for the FHSU women.

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