Women’s Golf Finishes Fall Season Ranked No. 6 In Golf World/NGCA Coaches’ Poll

Posted on October 27th, 2011 by

The Gustavus Adolphus women’s golf team finished the 2011 fall season ranked No. 6 in NCAA Division III according to the most recent Golf World/NGCA Coaches’ Poll released on Oct. 26.

Methodist retained the top spot in the Golf World/NGCA women’s Division III coaches’ poll, earning 18 of 22 first-place votes.  Washington University (Mo.) came in second while DePauw University round out the top-three in third.

Gustavus is the top-ranked school from the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.  St. Olaf (9), Carleton (19), and Saint Benedict (25) also joined the Gusties in the top-25.

The Gustie women’s golf team concluded its fall season with a second place finish at the 2011 MIAC Championships, finishing with a three-day total of 961 (+97).

“”I always look forward to our indoor practice in February and March, so we can work on making some changes.  I think with a few minor adjustments, our team, as always, will be ready for a run at the National Championships in Indiana,” said Head Coach Scott Moe.  “We had two freshmen step in this fall, Sam Falk and Liz Strom, who provided a nice addition to the lineup. I look for our seniors to have a great spring, I know they will give it everything they’ve got.”

Golf Digest/NGCA Release

 

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