“I felt her ball striking was very solid overall, and she made some key putts throughout her rounds,” said head coach Ambry Bishop said. “She had a couple chances to go even lower, but I know that will drive her heading into the next few weeks.”
Shee recorded a 75(+4) in the opening round on Friday to enter day two seven strokes off the lead. The junior’s three-round performance was highlighted by a day-two 67(-4), for her best round of the 2018 season this far.
She fired a 70(-1) to close out play on Sunday and earn her second top-two finish of the fall slate.
Linda Wang finished inside the top-15 for the Red Storm, turning in a 224 on the par-71 6,093 yard course. Her three-round performance was highlighted by a 73(+2) on Sunday, as she finished in a tie for 14th place.
As a team, St. John’s finished 11th overall with a score of 941. Boston won the event at 890, while Stirling of Scotland (895), and Big East foe Seton Hall (898) rounded out the top three slots.
St. John’s returns to action when the team travels to Seekonk, Massachusetts, for the Brown Bear Invitational on October 14-15.