Arrows finish fourth at the AMC Golf Championships
April 20, 2010
Down a golfer, the Ursuline College women's golf team stepped up and shot a four-player total of 405, good enough to finish fourth after the two rounds of the American Mideast Conference Championship on Tuesday at Berkshire Hills Country Club.
Senior Ashlee King (Mentor, Ohio)
, who paced the Arrows with a 91 on day one of the Championships, was unable to compete on day two. However, the team rallied and three of the four members shot lower scores on day two. The scores are even more impressive because of the difficulty of the course and the pin placements on certain holes. Overall, the average score went from 97.18 on Monday to 97.64 on Tuesday.
Junior Amy Harrison (University Heights, Ohio)
shot an 97, moving her from 18th place overall, up to 16th place overall with a score of 195.
Freshman Jessica Kocab (Mentor, Ohio)
had the largest turnaround from the first round to the second. After a difficult day one, Kocab shot a 96, cutting 26 strokes off her round one total and moving her in the top-20. Her round two score was tied for the 14th best score of the day.
Junior Katie Giannaris (Silver Lake, Ohio)
also cut strokes off her day two score. She lowered her day one total of 114, down to 111, for a two-day total of 225. Kocab and Giannaris played in a grouping on day two and highlighted their afternoon as both parred the par 3 third hole, while Kocab backed that up with another par on the par 5 fourth hole.
Senior Anitra Brisco (Brookville, Ohio)
finished with the team's top two-day score with a 194 (93-101), which was good enough for 15th place overall.
As a team, the Arrows shot 396 in round one and 405 in round two, for a two-round total of 801. Last year at the AMC Championships, Ursuline shot a total of 872 (458-414).
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