WOMENS GOLF CLOSES OUT FALL SEASON IN STYLE; CAPTURE FIRST BY 22 STROKES
SPRING BRANCH, Texas – The Southwestern University
women’s golf team seems to have figured out the secret to
success once again as they captured first place at the Alamo City
Classic by a dominating 22 strokes. Senior Kristen Davenport and
first-year Kelsey Coburn captured first and second place,
respectively, and all Pirates finished in the top 20.
Davenport looked impressive early, shooting a two over par 74 to end the first day tied for first place with McMurry’s Monica Harris. She added a 77 on the second round, the lowest round of the final day for Southwestern, to take sole possession of first with 151 strokes.
Coburn had a 79 and ended tied for sixth place on the first day of action and continued her steady play on day two shooting at 78 to finish alone in second place with 157 strokes.
Senior Cody Wallace ended the first day in third place after a first round three-over-par 75 but hit a snag on day two, shooting an 84, to end in a tie for fourth place with 159 strokes.
First-years Stephanie Scholer and Erin Perry closed out the action for the Pirates. Scholer came in 19th place with a 176 (87-89) while Perry finished tied for 20th with 177 strokes (89-88).
The Alamo City Classic marks the end of the fall season for Southwestern. They will return to the links on March 1-2 at the St. Edwards Invitational in Austin.