Women's Golf News & Highlights
May 16, 2014
Eagles Wrap Up Season At Championships
The Eagles took to Mission Inn's El Campeon course early in the morning to wrap up the second half of round three which had been postponed because of thunderstorms on Thursday. While the Eagles had been anticipating playing four rounds of golf in the championships, because of the delays on Wednesday and Thursday, a cut was instituted that only allowed the top 12 teams to continue to the fourth round.
The Eagles did not make the cut and they did not have their best day on the course on Friday. The Eagles slid from 19th to 21st with a 414 in round three and a 1,224 over the 36 holes.
Junior Kaliegh Boreman was the only Eagle to crack sub-100 on the third time around El Campeon. Boreman shot a 99 and had three pars in the third round. Boreman had a team-best 290 over three rounds. Seniors Sarah Webb and Kearby Benak tallied the next lowest cards for round three, scoring a 103 and 104, respectively. Webb and Benak shot 56s on the front nine, but did much better on the back nine. Sarah Hart shot a 108 and Bianca Scrimali a 109.
Eastern Women's Golf, which has only existed for three seasons, will look to build on the accomplishment of making the NCAA Championships and continue to improve as a program.
Updated: Friday, 16 May 2014