Women's golf ends season

By Thomas Walter

Contributing Writer

The women’s golf team finished 16th at the Palmetto Invitational hosted at the Oak Point Golf Club in Kiawah, S.C. this past weekend. The tournament was their last of what has been a very successful fall season. Once again, Kasha Scott ’14 led the team in scoring. Scott and Minjoo Lee ’12 both fired 236 for all three rounds. Lauren Bernard ’14 was one shot behind them.

The Bison opened up with a round of 319 on Sunday and followed with rounds of 315 and 316. Although the women were not thrilled with this result, they can certainly be satisfied about their fall season performance.

“Throughout the fall I learned what parts of my game need work in the off season and I will continue to improve my game to be ready for the spring season,” Bernard said.

The Bison will have the opportunity to continue to improve their game this winter because of the new Instructional Golf Center that was completed last spring. This facility will permit both the women’s and men’s teams to play throughout the winter to stay competitive with other teams in the Patriot League. This multi-purpose indoor/outdoor facility features hitting bays, a video-equipped swing diagnostic center, locker rooms and a two-tiered putting green.

The women’s team will continue to build on their success this off-season by working in the facility in hopes of an even more successful spring season.


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