STATE COLLEGE, Pa. – You can't ask for much more out of the Kent State women's golf program right now. The lady Flashes took home the title at the Nittany Lion Invitational on Sunday (Sept. 29), sweeping all top honors asJennifer Ha also won the event as an individual. Josée Doyon finished the event tied for second place. "They played hard all the way until the end," said Head Coach Greg Robertson. "That's one thing about this team right now that I'm really happy about. They don't quit." The team win and Ha's individual win mark the second time this season both have happened in as many events. Kent State and Ha opened the season with wins at the Minnesota Invitational. This marks just the second time in program history that women's golf has won two fall tournaments. The last time was during the 2002-2003 season. Kent State posted a 291 (+3) on the final day to hold on to their lead, finishing the tournament with an 873 (+9) to end up four strokes ahead of runner-up Yale. The Golden Flashes' second and third round scores of 288 and 291, respectively, were the lowest for any team in the three-day event. Individually, Ha shot a final day round of 70 (-2) to end the tournament with a 212 (-4) for the four-stroke win. Doyon scored a 216 (E) to earn second place honors. "As far as Jennifer, I'm so proud of her," said Robertson. "The caliber of golf she's playing right now is incredible." Kent State looks to close out the fall season at the Schooner Fall Classic in Norman, Oklahoma, beginning Saturday (Oct. 5). The event will conclude on Monday (Oct. 7). "It's going to be a good test," Robertson said. "I hope we've been able to build some confidence."