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FORT WAYNE, Ind. – The final round of the 2015 WHAC Championships saw a 20-stroke improvement for the Cornerstone women's golf team as they maintained their ninth place finish. Indiana Tech took the team title and will advance to the NAIA National Championships while Cornerstone will play one more event on Saturday against Calvin in a dual match at Railside.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Weather caused havoc on the play for the first day of the 2015 WHAC Championships and Cornerstone came away with a nine place team finish. The event, being held at Coyote Creek Golf Club in Fort Wayne, Ind. is being hosted by Indiana Tech and the home Warriors are in front by 14 shots. CU was led by Whitney Krieger (SO/Byron Center, Mich.) who is in a tie for 38.
ADRIAN, Mich. – The fall season has come to a close for head coach Michelle Boogard and the women's golf team as they placed ninth today at the final league jamboree. Heather Promer led the way for the Golden Eagles with a round of 105 as the team finished with a 436 score. Cornerstone will now be off until the spring season.
PLYMOUTH, Mich. – Whitney Krieger (SO/Byron Center, Mich.) posted a round of 92 to lead the women's golf team to a ninth place finish on Tuesday at WHAC Jamboree No. 4 which was hosted by Madonna University. Cornerstone as a team finished at 425 which was 44 shots behind eighth place Lourdes. CU will conclude their fall season on October 11 at Siena Heights.
(Fort Wayne, Ind.) Cornerstone traveled down to Fort Wayne to play in WHAC Jamboree #3 hosted by Indiana Tech at Coyote Creek Golf Course. Heather Promer led the Golden Eagles with a round of 100. Jordan Sprehe and Claire Niergarth both shot 106 and Brooke Bottles came in with a 122 for a team total of 434 to finish 9th in the event. The Golden Eagles will return to action on Sept. 30th when they play WHAC Jamboree #4 hosted by Madonna at Fox Hill Golf Course in Plymouth, Mich.