Senior Caroline Ordian (Palm Desert, CA) closed out her illustrious career at the University of Redlands by shooting a final round of 77 at the 2018 NCAA Division III Women's Golf Championships on Friday in Howey-in-the-Hills, FL. She completed the 72-hole tournament at Mission Hill Resort & Club with a tally of 318 (78-75-88-77) to climb nine spots to 17th place on the individual leaderboard.
Ordian began the fourth round on the 10th hole, where she immediately knocked in her first of two birdies for the day. She went on to register 11 pars over the 5,804-yard course to bring her grand total to 38 for the tournament.
While qualifying for nationals every year of her four-year career, Ordian also finished among the top 20 at the NCAA Championships each time, as highlighted by her winning the 2016 NCAA Individual Championship.
Ordian finishes her impressive tenure as the most decorated golfer in Bulldog history. The 2018 Frank Serrao Senior Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year recently hauled in her fourth Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) First-Team All-America nod after earning four-straight First-Team All-Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) accolades, including three as the SCIAC Athlete of the Year.
For complete results from the NCAA Championships, please visit GolfStat.