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Baylee Salyers, second from left, made all-tournament team.
Baylee Salyers, second from left, made all-tournament team.
Women's Golf - Sun, Oct. 1, 2017

Georgetown College women's golf entered their third fall tournament and had its best showing with a third place finish in the University of Pikeville Invitational. Sophomore Baylee Salyers bounced back from a tough home tournament with a strong second place finish overall to earn all-tournament honors.

Salyers was tied for first, forcing a playoff with Pikeville's Laken Newsome. Newsome made a birdie on the extra hole. However, Salyers shot a collegiate personal best 73 on day one and a two-day personal best of 151.

"It was a combination of good shots and some bad shots," Salyers said. "The first day I had the run of my life, in my last six holes I went four-under par. Day two was not as great, I had one bad hole that really hurt.

"Overall, I had two collegiate personal records, and I'm very proud of that. I'm proud of how well I did, but I also know I can improve a couple areas of my game."

 
Mary Catherine Borders surveys her shot. Photo by Richard Davis
Mary Catherine Borders surveys her shot. Photo by Richard Davis
Women's Golf - Wed, Sep. 20, 2017

Georgetown College women's golf played its second fall match this past Monday and Tuesday. The Tigers were host to the Fall Mid-South Conference Championship. Along with all the MSC teams, Midway and Asbury played for a 10-team event.

"It was a huge tournament and a really good chance for my players to experience such a large event," said GC coach Marlene Schulte. "We saw progress and great work in that first tournament two weeks ago, the improved play from my three upper classmen has been great these first two tournaments. Baylee Salyers, Mary Catherine Borders and Kylie Speicher have done great improving their scores from a year ago by margins as large as 13 strokes. Our conference is so tough that we need to stay focused on improving from tournament to tournament and that has been assistant coach Katie White and I's focus. There are still areas we need to do better on as a team.

 
Baylee Salyers watches her approach shot during the Lindsey Wilson Invitational.
Baylee Salyers watches her approach shot during the Lindsey Wilson Invitational.
Women's Golf - Thu, Sep. 7, 2017

Georgetown College women's golf swung into action Monday and Tuesday with the Lindsey Wilson Invitational at the Pines in Columbia, Ky. It was a great start for the Tigers, seeing progress from a year ago. In the 10-team field, GC was seventh – 13 strokes back from Top 5.

Sophomore Baylee Salyers finished in the Top 10 individually and shot a collegiate best round of 75 on Tuesday. She finished tied for seventh with a 154 for the two days. Salyers opened her Tiger career a year ago by shooting a pair of 84s.

"Knowing in just a season how much confidence Baylee has gained and to trim 14 strokes off from her first tournament is exciting," said GC coach Marlene Schulte. "If she keeps working like she has, big things are in store for her."

 
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Women's Golf - Fri, Aug. 25, 2017

Georgetown College women's golf is hosting a fall clinic Oct. 14-15. There will be three sessions and options for involvement in as many of those as a camper desires. Campers must be between the ages of 6-13. Receive instruction and practice on full swing, chipping, putting and on course play. Cost varies upon sessions attended. First session is $50 and any others are an additional $25.

On Oct. 14, the first session is 9-11:30 am and session two is 1-3:30 pm. There will be only one session Oct. 15 from 1-3:30 pm. All activities will be at Cherry Blossom Golf Course.

 
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Women's Golf - Thu, Aug. 3, 2017

Georgetown College women's golf coach Marlene Schulte continues to tweak the program she loves to best build a solid contender. Along with the signings of two freshmen, the second-year coach is rounding out her staff with the addition of assistant coach Katie White – a former standout at Campbellsville University.

"I think Katie is a huge addition to our program," Schulte said. "Her knowledge and success while playing in the Mid-South Conference will help us recruit and develop our players to experience success within our conference. Katie also possess a strong academic resume, which falls in line with the high standards of academia at Georgetown. There couldn't be a better addition to our staff."

 
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