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Women's Golf News & Highlights

April 27, 2014

BACK-TO-BACK: Eagles Win Second MAC Title

Eastern Women's Golf, in just their third year as a program, won their second MAC title.

Eastern Women's Golf, in just their third year as a program, won their second MAC title.

FLEETWOOD, Pa.—Eastern University Women’s Golf captured the Middle Atlantic Conference Championship for the second year in a row by shooting a 370 at Golden Oaks Golf Club on Sunday afternoon.

With that score, Eastern finished five strokes ahead of the second place Alvernia Crusaders and nine strokes ahead of the Manhattanville Valiants.

Eastern sophomore Bianca Scrimali shot a career low 88 to finish tied for third overall. Eastern’s Kaleigh Boreman, Sarah Hart and Sarah Webb all shot 94s, to finish tied for 10th place. With the top-5 finish, Scrimali was named First-Team All-Conference and Boreman, Hart and Webb were all Second-Team with the the top-10 finish.

Hart tied her career low and Webb set her career low. Hart, on her final hole, avoided a small pond and chipped to within two feet of the hole and finished the hole at par.

Eagles head coach Jason Badecki said that consistency led to the Eagles victory. “We didn’t have any giant numbers or any double-digit holes,” he said. “Those can be round-killers.”

Coach Badecki, who earned MAC Coach of the Year honors, credits his players’ team-oriented mindset as another key part of their success. “Everybody played for one another,” he said. He used junior Kaleigh Boreman as an example. He said that Boreman wasn’t having her best round, but she kept grinding when she could have packed up. “She has a lot of pressure on her as our top golfer, and she could have let her 94 blow up into a 100,” he said. "And she if had done that, we would have lost.”

The Eagles, with their second conference championship in three years as a program, have qualified for the NCAA Championship for the first time. The three day tournament will be at Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla. at the Mission Inn Resort & Club  starting on May 13.

Box Score 

Updated: Tuesday, 07 April 2015


Jason Badecki

Jason Badecki

Coach Badecki guided Eastern to a conference championship in his first season as head coach.

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