Women's Golf Wins the Clover Cup

 



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.

 

 

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