The senior was the Chiefs' top finisher at the SCC meet a year ago, taking seventh with a team-best 15-over-par 87. Morgan tallied four birdies in the first round while her and Roska each shot two-under on the par-5 holes on the course. Juniors Austin Bishop and Kyle McAbee each shot 77s in their first round, as did senior Samuel Shih, who returned to competition after almost two months out. "He never gives in, and to be honest we need that edge in the lineup". Proceeds from the event help provide the tools needed to compete at the highest level and provides resources and experiences for student-athletes.
The Marshall women's golf team completed its regular season with an eight-placed finish and a score of 53-over-par 917 after three rounds at the Brickyard Collegiate on Tuesday afternoon at the Brickyard Golf Club at Riverside. For the first time, Quinn changed his on-course management during tournaments.
"The Redskins showed what they can do today and can't wait to hit the links again", Svaty said. "This weekend, I walked with John Barone all of Friday and Trey all of Saturday".
They return five golfers that played at the state tournament in juniors Molly Kelvington and Autumn Sivilay and sophomores Emily Henderson, Aysia Kim and Rachel Henderson.
Two Lancaster High golfers, Brady Hinkle and Trey Crenshaw, each shot a 77 to place in a tie for fifth with five other golfers.
LaFayette (146) got a pair of even-par 36's from Gage Smith and Carter Grant, while Tyler Jackson and Mason Cain both shot 1-over par 37 to round out the team score. Schlottman carded a 72 (67-72-72-211), while Solomon capped his day with a 3-under 69 (70-72-69-211).
At Temple's last event, the Cornell Spring Invitational on March 30 and 31, Barone shot 25-over par and Wren shot 19-over par. Kuechle hopes to improve that score and stick around for another day of sections. "He's just a heck of a golfer".
Concordia was originally scheduled to start the season at the Wamego Invitational on April 3, but the tournament was postponed because of bad weather.
"They have a really good practice facility and it's a Christian university, and that's a really big thing to me", Moulton said.
Amanda Hollandsworth, a junior from Floyd, Virginia, tied for 14 individually with a three-round total of 224 and Jessica Spicer, a sophomore from Bahama, North Carolina, tied for 17 at 225. In the final round Tuesday, he added 13 more pars with his 40 over 54 holes being the most in the field. Farley had the second-most pars with 28.