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Women's Golf News & Highlights

April 22, 2013

Eagles Second at White Manor

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Bianca Scrimali looks over a downhill putt at White Manor Country Club.

MALVERN, Pa.- Eastern University Women's Golf finished second at its home invitational at White Manor Country club. Kaleigh Boreman shot a 93 to place the Eagles in front of the all the Division III teams at the meet. When the original invitational was snowed out in March, today's date was the date that worked for White Manor and Eastern's two programs. As a result of other schools already having schedules built, the field was reduced from its original size.

East Stroudsburg shot a 361 to win the team prize, and Alvernia's Paige Brach, who was competing as an individual, took medalist honors with an 85. Brach, Boreman, and Lebanon Valley's Mary Gardner completed their round in an even four hours on the hilly 5,200 yard course. Boreman birdied the 155 yard par-3 third hole.

Elayna Simpson shot a season-best 99, and Bianca Scrimali carded a 96. Sarah Webb closed out the scoring for the Eagles with a solid 101. Webb was the only player in the field to birdie the par-5 11th.

The Eagles look forward to the MAC Championship event this weekend.

Lebanon Valley finished third, and Stevenson finished fourth. Alvernia had three golfers compete as individuals.

Box Score  

Updated: Tuesday, 23 April 2013

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