Natalie Johnson led the Chippewas with a 236 total, which tied her for 28th in the 58-player field. She opened with a 79 and posted an 80 in the second round. She made a CMU-best 35 pars, which tied her for eighth in the entire field.
The Chippewas finished with a 17-7 edge in shots, including a 7-6 advantage in shots on goal. CMU finished with six corner kicks to Ohio’s two.
Lily Amadio had three saves starting in goal for CMU. Abigal Ebersole took over after 23 minutes and made 10.
The Chippewas were penalized six times for 80 yards. Two of those penalties wiped out potential game-changing plays: A 100-yard return for touchdown by Amari Coleman on a missed Miami field goal, and a Coleman interception that, had it stood, would have put CMU in excellent field position.
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