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Sydney Swingos shot her best round this semester Tuesday. Photo by Jenny Elder
Sydney Swingos shot her best round this semester Tuesday. Photo by Jenny Elder
Women's Golf - Tue, Apr. 11, 2017

Georgetown College women's golf weathered the crazy wind of day one Monday and came out solid Tuesday. The Tigers cut 20-strokes as a team from day one and finished sixth out of eight teams in the Midway University Eagle Invitational at University Club of Kentucky.

Baylee Salyers and Sydney Swingos finished just out of the top 10, tying each other for 11th. Mary Catharine Borders gave GC three players in the top 20, tying for 17th.

"I'm very happy with how our players responded on day two after battling through tough conditions on day one," said GC coach Marlene Schulte. "Our senior, Sydney, really stepped up and shot her lowest score of the semester on the second day. It's a great note for us to end on as we prepare for the conference tournament in two weeks."

Georgetown will face off with the rest of the Mid-South Conference field April 24-26 in Bowling Green, Ky. at the Bowling Green Country Club.

Swingos shot up the leaderboard Tuesday. She jumped six spots in the final round.

Hailee Scheper and Tatum Wessling rounded out the Tiger scorers, finishing 35th and 39th respectively.

Schulte carried two individuals. Lauren Heile finished 40th and Madison Zachery tied for 41st.


 

 
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