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LIMA, Ohio – The women's golf team finished up the first WHAC event of the year today down in Lima, Ohio with their lowest 18-hole team score in the last seven years. The Golden Eagles shot a second round score of 383 to maintain their ninth place showing from the opening day on Thursday. CU will return to action on October 5-6 at Lourdes' Sylvania CC.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Director of Athletics Dave Grube is pleased to announce the hiring of Heather Marks as the new Cornerstone women's golf head coach. Marks comes to Cornerstone after finishing her playing career at Western Michigan University and South Christian HS. She begins immediately as the team is underway with their fall season.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – The opening tournament of the 2015-16 women's golf season saw a new individual collegiate-best and a fourth place finish at the Furniture City Classic played at The Mines Golf Course. The tourney, featuring all of the local collegiate schools with the exception of Hope, was won by Davenport.
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.