The team finished fourth out of a total of seven teams with a two-day score of 728.
Lindsey Mateer led the way for the Wildcats with a score of 174 and tied for ninth place. Kaci Dillingham finished tied for 13th with a score of 180, while Amber Mechtley placed 16th with a score of 184.
"Mateer and Dillingham had strong first rounds, but both struggled with wet conditions the second day," head coach Karen Exon said.
Jade Brake, Emma Tinsley, and Anna Wright rounded out the rest of the squad. Brake posted a score of 196 finishing in 25th place, while Tinsley posted a score of 197 placing in a tie for 26th place.Wright finished with a score of 206 placing in 34th.
"Brake had a solid second day as she got a good handle on the green speed and Tinsley rebounded from a difficult first day to lead our scoring with a solid 89," Exon said.
William Woods University won the tournament with a score of 657, while host Columbia College (Mo.) finished second with a score of 699. Hannibal-LaGrange College finished seven strokes ahead of the Wildcats in third place with a score of 721.
Central Methodist University finished fifth with a score of 765, while Ottawa University and Graceland University rounded out the rest of the field. Ottawa posted a score of 784 finishing in sixth, while Graceland finished three strokes behind with a score of 787 placing in seventh.