March 16, 2014
The Louisville women's golf team came from behind to capture tournament title at the Clover Cup at the Longbow Golf Club in Mesa, Ariz. The Cardinals shot a 297 in the final round to win the tournament by one stroke over host Notre Dame with a score of 888. Notre Dame finished second with a score of 889 while Colorado finished third with a score of 893.
"Today's win was a great team effort," said head coach Courtney Trimble. "It was a hard fought battle against a very good Notre Dame team. This will be a good experience as we head into the rest of our spring season."
Junior Emily Haas led the Cardinals, finishing in fifth place. Haas shot a 76 in the final round and finished with a score of 219. Notre Dame's Kristina Nhim took medalist honors with a score of 213. Michigan's Grace Choi and Colorado's Jennifer Coleman finished tied for second with a score of 214.
Senior Tara Lyons finished tied for 12th with a score of 222. Lyons shot a 73 on the final day. Sophomore Laura Restrepo finished tied for 16th with a score of 223. Restrepo shot a 73 on the final day. Junior Katie Petrino finished tied for 25th. Petrino shot a 77 in the final round to finish with a score of 227.
Freshman Louise Oxner finished tied for 60th with a score of 236. Oxner finished the day carding a 75. Junior Sara Karlsson and freshman Shannon Gramley both competed as individuals. Karlsson also finished tied for 60th with a score of 236. Karlsson finished the final round shooting 76. Gramley finished tied for 70th with a score of 239. Gramley finished the day shooting a 79.
The Cardinals will be back in action on March 28 as they compete in the Bryan National Collegiate.