The UW-Oshkosh women's golf team used four top-11 individual performances to finish second at the Mad Dawg Invitational held Saturday and Sunday (Oct. 3-4) at the Stevens Point Country Club in Stevens Point.
Viterbo University edged UW-Oshkosh, 666-669, for first place in the 10-team meet. The Titans held a seven-stroke lead (329-336) over Viterbo University after Saturday's competition, but the V-Hawks rallied to outscore UW-Oshkosh by 10 strokes (330-340) on Sunday.
UW-Eau Claire finished third in the team standings with 695 strokes, while UW-Whitewater placed fourth 711, UW-Stout fifth with 721 and UW-Platteville sixth with 742.
McKenzie Paul led UW-Oshkosh with a second-place finish. She totaled 159 strokes after posting 18-hole scores of 80 on Saturday and 79 on Sunday. Danielle Ducklow of Viterbo University captured the individual title with 155 strokes.
UW-Oshkosh's Kayla Priebe, who led all 52 golfers after Saturday's action with 78 strokes, tallied 167 overall to share third place with UW-Stout's Rachel Hernandez. Steph Gerber and Mattie Mahlum of Viterbo University shared fifth place with 169 strokes.
UW-Oshkosh concludes its fall schedule by competing at the WIAC Championship this weekend in Nekoosa. Competition in the three-day tournament begins Friday (Oct. 9) and concludes on Sunday (Oct. 11) at the Lake Arrowhead Golf Course.