Women’s Golf Wins Carleton Invitational, Drenttel Claims Medalist Honors

Posted on April 26th, 2010 by

The Gusties with their trophy for winning the Carleton Invitational

The Gustavus women’s golf team rallied in the final round with a tournament record 313 to win the Carleton Invitational with a 36-hole total of 326-313–639.  The Gusties bested third-ranked UW-Eau Claire, which posted a total of 322-325–647.  Taylor Drenttel claimed medalist honors for the second time in three tournaments this spring posting a 36-hole total of 76-77-153. The Gusties’ final round and 36-hole total are both tournament records, as is Drenttel’s first round of 76 and her 36-hole total of 153.

Three Gustavus golfers finished in the top six individually including Drenttel who finished first, Katie Schenfeld who finished fourth at 80-79–159, and Ann Jackson, who finished sixth at 85-76–161.  Other scores for Gusties included Kali Griggs, who placed 13th at 85-81–166, and Rikka Holiday, who finished 41st with a total of 95-86–181.  Amanda Woodhull, who competed as an individual placed 24th with a total of 84-88–172.

Complete Tournament Results


One Comment

  1. Joe Joran, Head Girls' Golf Coach, Eagan HS says:

    Congratulations, Taylor. Coach Joran