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Women’s Golf Concludes Play at the Low Country Intercollegiate

Morgan Frazier
March 19, 2017


HILTON HEAD, S.C. – The Navy women’s golf program placed 11th out of 17 teams at the Low Country Intercollegiate this Saturday and Sunday at the Moss Creek Golf Club’s South Course. Navy shot a two-round total team score of 660 (329-331; +84) in windy conditions at the par-72 course.

High Point won the team title with a 36-hole score of 638 (+62) and was followed in the top five by Gardner-Webb (641), Seton Hall (644), USC Upstate (647) and Bethune-Cookman (648).

Presbyterian’s Celia Mansour was the individual medalist in the 93-player field with a two-round score of 150 (73-77; +6).

Freshman Morgan Frazier led Navy with a 13th-place finish. Frazier shot an 8-over par 80 on Saturday and followed with another 80 on Sunday for a total score of 160 (+16).

Junior Christine Walker was Navy’s second-highest finisher with a 19th-place showing. Walker shot a 36-hole score of 161 (79-82; +17) to finish one stroke behind Frazier.

Junior Jane Moon was Navy’s third-highest finisher as she tied for 39th place with a 166 (84-82; +22). Navy’s other two starters were juniors Legare Augenstein and Mary Kate Nelson. Augenstein finished in 75th place with a 175 (86-89; +31) and Nelson was 78th with a 178 (91-87; +34).

Navy also had three players competing as individuals. Freshmen Micah Vincent and Abby Schroeder tied for 80th place with overall scores of 179 and senior Marci Browning shot a 182 to finish in 86th place.



Fellow Patriot League school Bucknell competed at the Low Country Intercollegiate and finished one shot and one place ahead of Navy with a 660 (+83) in 10th place.

“Overall, we had a good week with the Citadel dual match and some good practices before getting our first tournament of the spring in over the weekend,” said Navy head coach Nadia Ste-Marie. “The course this weekend had small greens and it was very windy. It was tricky to select the right club and to get on the green. We have some more work to do now and we are looking forward to getting ready for William & Mary.”

Navy will next compete at the William and & Mary Intercollegiate in Williamsburg, Virginia from March 27-28. Navy will be competing at the William & Mary Intercollegiate for the fifth straight season.

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