Ball State women's golf tied for seventh at the Mid-American Conference Championship this weekend at Silver Lake Country Club in Ohio.

Senior Kelsey Sear led the Cardinals, finishing 29th with a +21 over three rounds. Sophomore Sydney Anderson ended up one spot behind Sear, tied for 30th with a +24. 

Ball State's five golfers combined for a 90-over-par 954 to tie with Eastern Michigan.

Ball State Scores

T7. Ball State, 954 (+90): 313-314-327

29. Kelsey Sear, 237 (+21): 84-75-78

T30. Sydney Anderson, 240 (+24): 76-78-86

T36. Manon Tounalom, 242 (+26): 78-82-82

T39. Morgan Nadaline, 243 (+27): 79-80-84

T41. Allison Lindley, 244 (+28): 80-81-83

The Cardinals did best on finished +16 on Par 5s, the sixth-best score on those holes, but finished second to last with a +21 on Par 3s and a +89 on Par 4s.

No. 15 Kent State won the tournament, with sophomore Michaela Finn finishing first as the only golfer below par (-2). Kent State finished with the top four individual scores.