PBC Women’s Golf Update: October 5

DESTIN, Fla. – Flagler College’s women’s golf team finished second with a par 872 over-20 (290-294-288) in the Golfweek Division II Fall Invitational, played at the Raven Golf Club (par 71; 5,827 yards). The 54-hole score broke the previous record of 893 at the Peach Belt Conference Championship in 2017.

Jordyn Hodgson, who was playing in her second career tournament at Flagler, finished tied for second at 2 over 215 (73-71-71). The Florida International University transfer’s 54-hole score tied for the second-best mark in program history. Natalia Azcue had the same points at the Lady Moc Classic in 2018. Hodgson tied for the most pairs in the field with 38 and had 13 in today’s final round. She also had eight birdies.

Stella Jelinek finished tied for fourth place with 3 over 216 (70-72-74). She racked up 35 pars and eight birdies. Sophie Wheeler delivered 6 over 219 (71-75-73), which was good for an eighth place finish. Wheeler also made 38 pars and added seven birdies.

Nova Southeastern University edged out Flagler for the team title by just one stroke. The Sharks shot 19 for 871.

Leading the field of 53 women was Emma Lansen of Nova Southeastern. She shot a 1-under 212 (69-74-69). She was the only golfer to break par.

Anna Asphamn finished tied for 14th with 13 over 226 (80-76-70), which was her career best score over 54 holes. Her final round 1 under 70 matched her career best individual round. Asphamn had 34 pars and six birdies. Marietta Ruhl finished tied for 20th place with 16 over 229 (76-79-74).

Up next for the Saints is the 19th annual Flagler Fall Slam, Oct. 24-25, at Marsh Creek Country Club in St. Augustine.

GOODLETSVILLE, Tenn. – After being tied for eighth on Monday, USCB junior golfer Ashleigh Mead improved in the individual standings at the Music City Fall Invitational, finishing tied for fifth at Twelve Stones Golf Club.

Highlights of the second day

Mead was dominant on Tuesday, while leading the Sand Sharks. After finishing her second round 8 out of 80, the junior finished the day with a field-even score, 1 out of 73. She finished the two-day outing 17 out of 233 and was just six strokes shy of the first-place finisher. In her final round, Mead hit 13 pars to go along with two birdies.

Cassie Tasney improved her 18-hole score in each round as she finished the second round with an 8 out of 80 followed by a 79 out of 7 in the third round. Overall, the Ohio native tied for 15th with UT Southern’s Claudia Karnikova at 26 over 242.

Alejandra Rodríguez fell down the player leaderboard after shooting an 85 out of 13 in the final round. The senior finished her second round with 8 out of 80 to place 24th with 32 out of 248.

Jessica Hoeft moved up the rankings slightly on Tuesday to finish tied for 30th. She posted a score of 37 out of 253 in two days.

Kirsta Thomson rounded out the scores for USCB as she finished tied for 45th with 56 over 272.

Cumberland continued to hold on to the top spot as he won the title with 72 out of 936. Pikeville University won the silver medal with 91 out of 955.

Pikeville’s Renne Crooks jumped three spots to take home the best hardware. He finished the outing with 11 over 227 after matching Mead’s 1 over 73 in the final round.

Whats Next?

The USCB will face former Sun Conference rival SCAD in a dual game on October 9, when the Bees host the Sand Sharks in Savannah Harbor.

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