Women's Golf Places Fourth at Williams Invitational
Issue   |   Wed, 10/09/2013 - 00:29

Men
Two Jeffs received individual honors while the men’s golf team had a week off ahead of the ECAC Championships this weekend.

Sophomore James Line and junior Josh Moser were both named to NESCAC All-Conference Teams for their performances at the conference championship qualifier.

Line finished fifth overall at the tournament, earning him a spot on the first team, while Moser finished tied for 12th overall and received second team honors.

Women
The women’s golf team placed fourth of fifteen at the Williams Fall Invitational this past weekend.

Ending day one in third place, the Jeffs unfortunately dropped ten strokes collectively on day two to earn the fourth place finish. The tournament went to the host Williams, while Middlebury and Ithaca College took second and third respectively.

First-year Jamie Gracie ’17 had her best showing of the season and had the lowest score on the tournament with a two-round score of 150. Her first place finish earned her medalist honors.

“I felt like I played my most consistent golf of the season, and it was exciting to win,” Gracie said.

“I think everyone is looking forward to our last tournament and I feel like we are in a good position to play really well.”

Helping lead the Jeffs to the finish were Sooji Choi ’14, Kristen Lee ’14, and Devyn Gardner ’16 who posted scores of 164, 165, and 165 respectively.

The senior co-captains and the sophomore have posted consistent, solid play throughout the season.

In addition to the team competition, Sarah Ressler ’16 finished in a tie for 29th in individual play. She posted a two-day score of 171.

The Jeffs will return to action this weekend at the Wellesley Invitational.ence as a captain.”

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