Women's Golf Claims Fourth at Northeast-10 Championship

RESULTS

When and Where: October 14, 2019 – Verona, N.Y. (Shenendoah Golf Course at Turning Stone – Par 72)
Score:  Southern New Hampshire University – 661 (4th/7)

Graduate student Morgan Mitchell (Charlton, Mass.) and sophomore Hannah May (Phoenix, Ariz.) each carded an 81, as the Southern New Hampshire University women's golf team finished fourth at the Northeast-10 Championship on Monday at the Shenendoah Golf Course at Turning Stone.

INDIVIDUAL SCORERS
  • Mitchell and May, who both shot 86 in the opening round, tied for 14th with a 167.
  • Sophomore Anna Casagrande (Pelham, Mass.) improved upon Sunday's round by one shot with an 82 that tied her for 12th with a 165.
  • Freshman Gabby Thomas (Johnstown, Ohio), who led the way in the opening round with a 79, penciled in an 84 to tie for ninth with a 163.

NOTES

  • Junior Makyla Lewellen (Zainesville, Ohio), who did not factor into the scoring, matched her 85 from the first round and tied for 21st with a 170.
  • Franklin Pierce University captured the league title with a 622, which was 27 shots better than runner-up Assumption College.
  • FPU's Jinnapat Rittawee, who sank a hole-in-one during the round, earned individual medalist honors with a 4-over 148 - two strokes better than Le Moyne College's Bianca Cruz-Hernandez.
  • The Northeast-10 Championship was comprised of 37 golfers from seven institutions.
WHAT'S NEXT
  • The Penmen are now off until the spring.

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Team Scores

Rank

School

R1

R2

Total

+/- Par

1

Franklin Pierce

306

316

622

+46

2

Assumption

325

324

649

+73

3

Saint Rose

337

323

660

+84

4

Southern New Hampshire

333

328

661

+85

5

Le Moyne

330

339

669

+93

6

Stonehill

332

354

686

+110

7

Adelphi

402

391

793

+217