Tiffin University finished 18th at the NCAA National Championships, shooting 314 in round three.
Lisa Marie Schumacher led the way with a low of 74 and a three-day total of 233. That positioned her five strokes better than teammate Michaela Lindahl, who finished with 238 after a third-round score of 81.
Dallas Baptist was in first after the first three rounds with 884, 10 strokes ahead of Anderson's 894 and 14 strokes better than Limestone's 898. Also moving on to match play were Lee (899), Barry (900), West Texas A&M (901), Lynn (907), and Findlay (913). The Dragons finished with a three-round score of 954.