The Cornerstone women's golf team took to the course one last time for the fall season at the Sylvania Country Club & the Hawthorn Hills Golf Club on Friday and Saturday. The fourth and final WHAC Jamboree was held in Sylvania and Lima, Ohio.
During the weekend event, the WHAC golfers were able to enjoy the beautiful weather leading to wonderful playing conditions for the competitors. The Golden Eagles finished eighth in both rounds giving them the eighth place position for the fourth Jamboree. Madonna claimed the first place position shooting a two round total of 648.
After the final WHAC Jamboree of the 2013 fall season, Indiana Tech claimed the WHAC regular season women's golf title. Madonna followed behind finishing in second while Siena Heights took third. The Golden Eagles finished the regular season in eighth place. Indiana Tech's win allows them to host the spring tournament to determine the WHAC's automatic team qualifier for the NAIA National Championships.
Leading the Way
Sammi Cook shot a 96 and 102 to give her a 198 individual total and place 37th overall. Natalie Blazo from Madonna claimed the leader position shooting a 153 for two rounds.
After two rounds, Golden Eagles' Jordan Sprehe finished with a 205 total and Jasmine Whitaker scored a 214. Rounding the weekend was Heather Promer (231) and Hannah Duits (250).
The Golden Eagles finished the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference Regular Season sitting in eighth place. The WHAC women's golf championship will occur in the spring hosted by Indiana Tech. The date and time for the event will be announced. Meanwhile, Cornerstone will practice and have a few months off before heading back to the course.
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