Women's Golf |
Oct. 27, 2009
FORT MYERS, Fla. - The University of Cincinnati women's golf wrapped up fall play with an 11th-place finish at the 32nd Annual FIU Pat Bradley Invitational on Tuesday (Oct. 27) at the Pelican Preserve & Country Club.
UC shot a 300-307-313=920 to finish three shots ahead of Florida Atlantic (310-300-313=923) and five shots back of 10th-place Florida Gulf Coast (301-296-318=915).
Junior Bambee Dela Paz (Caloocan City, Philippines/Miriam College) paced the Bearcats with rounds of 75-76-76=227, tying for 35th place. Kate Moore (Shepparton, Australia/Goulburn Valley Grammar) was two shots behind Dela Paz, firing 75-76-78=229, good for 42nd.
Jenny Linville (West Chester, Ohio/Lakota West) finished in the Top 50, checking in at No. 49 after rounds of 74-78-80=232. Freshman Alex Carl (Union, Ky./Notre Dame Academy) was two shots back of Linville with a 78-77-79=234.
Shena Yang of South Florida won individual medalist honors, carding a 68-68-72=208. Furman won the team title with rounds of 290-288-292=870, seven strokes better than USF (290-291-296=877).
The Bearcats will open the spring competitive season on Feb. 22-23 at the Jacksonville Classic in Jacksonville, Fla.