Women’s golf completes Golfweek/AGT Intercollegiate


Aces come home in 13th place

 PAWLEY’S ISLAND, S.C. – For the second day in a row, Kate Petrova recorded the low score to lead the University of Evansville women’s golf team at the Golfweek/AGT Intercollegiate.

Completing the third and final round at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club with a 4-over 75, Petrova wrapped up 54-hole event with a score of 222.  She led the Purple Aces with a tie for the 19th position.  Her even score of 71 on Tuesday was the low round of the tournament for the ladies.

Coming in second on the team was Magdalena Borisova.  An 81 on the final day saw her complete the three rounds with a score of 230.  She tied for 39th in the final standings.  Next up was Mallory Russell.  Carding a 79 in the final 18 holes, Russell tied for 46th place with a 232.

Allison Enchelmayer recorded an 81 in round three.  Her final tally of 237 saw her tie for 63rd.  Carly Frazier followed, posting an 85 on Wednesday to post a 254 for the duration of the tournament.

With a team score of 921, the Aces finished in 13th place.  James Madison took the team championship with a score of 865.  They finished 17 in front of UNC Greensboro.  Top individual honors went to Sara Sarrion of Coastal Carolina.  A 5-under 66 in the third round saw her take the win with a 208.  Sarrion defeated her nearest competition by four strokes.

Just two more events remain for UE in the spring, starting on Sunday with the ISU Spring Invitational in Terre Haute.