LEBANON, Pa. - Sophomore Casey Oppenheimer picked up her fifth-straight win and sixth overall at the fall-season ending Lebanon Valley Fall Invitational, held at the Lebanon Country Club. Oppenheimer carded an 84 (+12) and finished tied for first with sophomore Amanda Perez, but won the tiebreaker with a lower score on the second-hardest hole. Heading into this tournament, Oppenheimer had the lowest career scoring average (min. 10 rounds) in program history (78.9). At the start of the day, Perez was second in program history, with a career scoring average of 82.16. Perez finishes the fall season with six top-five's.
The Mustangs won the team title by 34 strokes over second-place Eastern with a team score of 343, giving Stevenson six team titles this fall. All four Mustang scorers finished in the top five.
Junior Elise Glauser finished two strokes off of the lead with an 84 to take fourth overall, giving her two top-five finishes on the year.
Closing out the team score for Stevenson was senior Julia Kline, who carded an 89 (t-5th).
Freshman Holly Haber finished eighth overall with a 92, giving her two top-10's this fall.
The Mustangs will be back in action when the spring season commences.