Entries tagged with ‘Women’s Golf’
Normal, Ill. – The Gustavus women’s golf team shot a two-day 665 (+89) to finish fifth at the Illinois Wesleyan University Spring Fling held at Ironwood Golf Course on Saturday and Sunday. The Gusties shot a 336 on day one and a 329 on day two to earn a top five standing. DePauw University won […]
Gustavus Adolphus women’s golfer Taylor Drenttel (Eagan, Minn.) has been featured on the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference’s Student-Athlete Spotlight. The Spotlight highlights student-athletes from across the conference each Tuesday and Thursday. Drenttel, a graduate of Eagan High School, will graduate this spring with degrees in Management and Psychology. A three-time Academic All-MIAC performer, Drentell carries […]
The Gustavus women’s cross country and golf teams made a splash at their respective conference championships in the month of October and a pair of individuals were instrumental to those successes – junior cross country runner Kate Eggers and first-year golfer Sam Falk. For their positive contributions to their respective teams, the Office of Sports […]
Despite losing back-to-back MIAC individual medalist and three time All-American performer Katie Schenfeld due to graduation, Head Coach Scott Moe’s women’s golf team will feature a veteran group of four returners that includes Taylor Drenttel (Eagan, Minn.), Kayleigh Dittes (Eden Prairie, Minn.), Ann Jackson (Fargo, N.D.), and Rikka Holiday (Bozeman, Mont.). The 2010-11 Gusties won […]
Severe weather forced the cancellation of Friday’s final round at the 2011 NCAA Division III Women’s Golf Championships held at the Mission Inn Resort in Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida. Gustavus ended up finishing second for the second consecutive year to Methodist College. Individually, Katie Schenfeld finished in a tie for third place, while Rikka Holiday finished in a tie for sixth place.
The Gustavus women's golf team fired a score of 323, the low team score of the day, and pulled to within 12 shots of first place Methodist heading into the final round of the NCAA Championships, which are being held at Mission Inn Resort in Howie-in-the-Hills, Florida. The Gusties have compiled a 54-hole team score of 322-333-323--978, while Methodist leads with a total of 318-319-329--966.
Gustavus senior Katie Schenfeld enters this week's NCAA Women's Golf Championship as one of the premier golfers in the country. The standout student-athlete from Indianola, Iowa is featured by sports information intern Seth Wisner.
The Gustavus women's golf team remained in contention for the 2011 NCAA Women's Golf Championship with a second round total of 333. The Gusties held on to their second place position with a 36-hole total of 322-333-655 and trail first place Methodist (318-319--637) by 18 strokes.
Rikka Holiday picked a good time to equal her career best score of 77 as she helped the Gusties finish in second place after the first day of the 2011 NCAA Championships, which are being held at Mission Inn Resort in Howie-In-The-Hills, Florida.
The Gustavus women's golf team, which automatically qualified for the 2011 NCAA Championships by virtue of winning the MIAC Championship last October, will be making its sixth consecutive appearance at the national meet. The women's championship will take place at Mission Inn Resort and Club in Howey-In-The-Hills, Florida, May 10-13.