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The Dolphin

The student-run news site of Le Moyne College.

The Dolphin

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Women’s golf manages a solid finish with rainy weather

This past weekend the Women’s Golf team competed in the SUNY Cortland Martin/Wallace Invitational at the Cortland Country Club. Due to weather, the normally two-day invitational only held competition on Saturday, after being rained out Sunday.

Junior Kathleen Reedy and freshman Jocelyn Bender continued to lead the team in scoring, helping the team earn an 8th place finish overall out of 11 other teams. Reedy scored 91 and Bender 97, being the top two scorers of the ‘Phins team. Sophomores Laura Nicolais and Shea Turney each scored 102 overall, rounding out the top four finishers for the women’s team. Sophomore Emma Plucinik scored 116, however her score did not count in the finishes for the team, as only the top four out of five finishes get counted into the overall team score.

“Looking back at last year we were 10th place out of 10; therefore, we moved up this year,” said head coach Steve Serling. “Our scores are becoming more consistent this season.”

The golf team will finish out their fall season this weekend at their biggest competition, the ECAC Division II Championships. The team has greatly improved over the last year, finishing in the middle of the pack each week. This tournament will be a tough challenge for the women, as many top teams will be competing. By keeping up with their consistent scoring the women should have no problem being a strong finisher.

“There are the same teams we have competed against, and we hope to be in the middle of the pack,” Serling said about the upcoming championship.

He added, “There are more skilled players at this point. Realistically we hope to finish around sixth or eighth this weekend out of ten teams. We have had consistent scoring so far and hope to improve.”

The ECAC will be held this Saturday through Sunday at the Midvale Country Club in Penfield, N.Y.

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