BREWSTER, Mass. – The Worcester State University women's golf team teed off at the New England Intercollegiate Golf Association's 2nd Annual Division III Women's Golf Tournament at Captains Course on Cape Cod this past Sunday and Monday (Oct. 22-23).
1st Place: Suffolk University, 367-372 | 739 (+163)
2nd Place: Johnson & Wales, 376-386 | 762 (+186)
3rd Place: Rhode Island College, 398-383 | 781 (+205)
4th Place: Husson, 403-413 | 816 (+240)
5th Place: Worcester State, 569-471 | 1040 (+536)
WORCESTER STATE GOLFERS
20th Place: Olivia Antonelli, 120-135 | 255 (+111)
21st Place: Kelly Myrto, 154-140 | 294 (+150)
22nd Place: Morgan Mucciarone, 190-196 | 386 (+242)
Cati Morse, 105-Withdraw
Suffolk University took the team title as the group carded a 739 (367-372) in the two rounds of golf. Five of their six golfers landed in the top-10 of the 24 Division III female golfers at the tournament.
Johnson & Wales' Alexis Anastos took the individual title, carding a 177 (86-91). After a 6th place finish in the first round, Rhode Island College's Megan Mahan improved on her second round and finished in second place with a 180 (92-88). Suffolk's Nicole Antonucci locked in third place with a 181 (91-90) while Suffolk's McKenzie Grath and Rhode Island College's Nicole Langella ended up tied for 4th with a 182 on the two rounds of play. Brooke Chapman of Suffolk rounded out the All-New England team with a 6th place finish.
Worcester State's assistant golf coach, Zach Camarra, commented on the event, "For our first event ever, the girls did a great job. The NEIGA is such a big tournament and can be a bit overwhelming even for the most experienced of teams and players. They didn't quit and had such positive attitudes, it was a great start for our program."