Women's Golf - Wed, Apr. 3, 2013
Georgetown College women's golf team was supposed to open its season a week ago, but the rains came and washed it out. The Tigers had to wait another week to join the men as University of the Cumberlands rescheduled the SEKI women's tournament for Monday and Tuesday, running along with the men's event.
"It has been a long time since our team has been able to get out and play an actual match," said GC coach Flash Williams. "We shot in the high-80s or above for both days."
The Tigers finished eighth with a two-day total of 805, just seven strokes back from University of Pikeville in seventh.
Lauren Kohake led the way with a 188 in two rounds. Katie Jones shot a 198, Lauren Von Ohlen a 207 and Deanna Johnson rounded out the scorers with a 212.
The host school won by 15 strokes better than closest competitor in Lindsey Wilson College, 648 to 663. Cumberland University finished third with a 680. Campbellsville University was sixth with a 740.
GC beat St. Catharine, which finished ninth with a score of 811.
The women return to action April 15-16 in their own Bluegrass Invitational at Cherry Blossom.