STOCKBRIDGE, Ga. - Martina Edberg recorded her second top-five finish of the month on Tuesday and Cal State Fullerton placed seventh overall at the John Kirk Panther Intercollegiate hosted by Georgia State at the Eagle's Landing Country Club.
Edberg posted a 1-under 71 on Tuesday to finish the tournament with a 3-under 213, two strokes back of medalist Kelsey Badmaev of Elon. Edberg entered the final day of the tournament with a one-stroke lead but Badmaev posted a 4-under 68 in the final round to score the victory. Edberg recorded three more birdies on Tuesday, finishing the 54 holes with 14 birdies, which tied for the most at the tournament. Edberg's second-place finish marked her fourth top-five and fifth top-10 finish of the season.
As for the Titans, the team finished the tournament seventh overall after finishing the 54 holes with a 51-over 301, 28 strokes back of Elon. The Titans shot a 21-over 309 on Tuesday.
Felicia Medalla posted a 3-over 75 on Tuesday to finish the tournament with a 16-over 232, placing her in a tie for 30th place. Pauline Welker finished in a tie for 42nd after finishing the 54 holes with a 19-over 235 and Brittany Sok rounded out the Titans team scoring with a 20-over 236, putting her in a tie for 46th place overall.
Nadine Rivera did not factor into the team's overall score but she did finish with a 30-over 246.
The Titans will stay on the road as they head to the Bryan National Intercollegiate, which begins Friday.