After finishing eighth place in the first two WHAC Jamboree events this fall, the Cornerstone University women's golf team stands in eighth place in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference. The Golden Eagles hosted WHAC Jamboree #3 earlier this afternoon at Sunnybrook Country Club in Grandville, Mich.
With perfect weather conditions, the Indiana Tech Warriors took first place with a combined team score of 308. The team score placed them eight strokes better than the second place finisher which was Siena Heights (316). The Crusaders from Madonna University took the third place spot just one stroke behind with a 317. Cornerstone finished with a combined team score of 403 after Monday's event.
Leading the Way
Sammi Cook led all Golden Eagles finishing the day tied for 35th with one other WHAC competitor, scoring a 91. Indiana Tech's Wiebke Schlender totaled an individual score of 70 on Monday placing him two under par and giving her the overall leader position. Schlender's round placed her five strokes ahead of her nearest competitor, Ashley Everett from Siena Heights.
Cornerstone's Jordan Sprehe followed Cook finishing 101 while Heather Promer ended the day with a 102. Rounding the afternoon was Jasmine Whitaker (109) and Hannah Duits (112).
The Golden Eagles will return to the course on Oct. 11 & 12 to participate in the WHAC Jamboree #4. Round one will begin on Friday in Sylvania, Ohio, beginning at 11 a.m. Round two is scheduled to start at 10 a.m. in Lima, Ohio, at the Hawthorne Hills GC on Saturday.
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