The Weber State women's golf team wrapped up the 2018 Big Sky Conference Championships on Sunday at Boulder Creek Golf Club with a final round score of 312, which moved them into a tie for 10th place.
The Wildcats opened the tournament with rounds of 321 and 311 and finished with a three-round total of 944.
Plewe's final round 77 followed up back-to-back rounds of 76 to give her a 13-over par total of 229, which gave her a team-best 29th place finish.
Chugg and Convoy each posted tournament totals of 239 to tie for 44th place, while Tierney finished in a tie for 51st at 242 and Harr finished in 57th at 249.
Idaho's duo of Sophie Hausmann and Michelle Kim each shot 4-under-par 68s in the final round to lead the Vandals to the team title and wrap up the top-two spots on the individual leaderboard.
Idaho finished 10 shots clear of second-place Sacramento State with a tournament total of 866, while Portland State finished third at 879. Northern Arizona shot a total of 891 to finish in fourth place.
Hausmann shot rounds of 73, 65 and 68 for a 10-under par total of 206 for medalist honors, while Kim finished four shots back at 210. Sacramento State's Julia Becker shot 213 to finish in third place.