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Women’s Golf headed to Boardman, Ohio to take part in the Roseann Schwartz Invitational at Mill Creek Country Club North, hosted by Youngstown State University. It was a strong weekend for the Bison, as the team finished fourth out of 10 teams competing.

After round one, Sofia Nogalo ’27 held the individual lead at the event after a -2 score of 70, carding six birdies. She would come back on day two locked in, finishing with a share of first place after a second round score of 74. Nogalo birdied three of her last five holes, including a clutch birdie on the par-5 18th hole after a bogey on 17.

I was annoyed with myself because my bogey on 17 was a sloppy mistake, but once I stepped onto the 18th tee I knew I could birdie the hole so that was the only thing on my mind,” Nogalo said. “It’s important to have a short memory when playing because the longer you dwell on a careless mistake, the more you will make.”

Nogalo’s first round was only the sixth round of -2 or better in the history of Bucknell Women’s Golf. 

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Cristina Canales ’24 etched two birdies and 13 pars on her way to a +2 74 on day two, locking her in for a T9 finish on the individual leaderboard. Kayla Yi ’24 also finished in the top 15 with a T14 finish individually.

Next up, Women’s Golf heads to Annapolis, Md. to take part in the Navy Fall Invitational on Sept. 30.

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