After losing by just one stroke last season, the Washington University women’s golf team couldn’t come as close this year at the WUSTL Spring Invite, but the Bears still recorded a second-place finish on Saturday and Sunday in Madison, Ill.
For the second straight year, junior Connie Zhou won the highly competitive Golfweek Fall Preview Championship to guide the Washington University women’s golf team to a repeat runner-up finish at this week’s tournament in Sandestin, Fla.
Battling through sickness, rain and stiff competition, junior Connie Zhou fired the best two-day score (152) of the tournament to lead the Washington University women’s golf team to a third-place finish on Monday at the O’Brien Invitational at the Warren Golf Course in South Bend, Ind.
Under the direction of seventh-year head coach Sean Curtis, Wash. U. will look to start the fall season on the right foot as they look to repeat as the tournament’s champions.
The third annual WUSTL Spring Invitational came down to one stroke, and the No. 1 Washington University women’s golf team was on the wrong end of the final standings. Despite the narrow loss to NAIA No. 6 William Woods University, which has now won every rendition of the tournament, the Bears chose to dwell on the positives.
The Washington University women’s golf team finished 50 strokes better than top competitor Illinois Wesleyan University Saturday and Sunday at the Millikin University Fall Classic in Decatur, Ill. The Bears scored 621, with all five of their starters finishing in the top eight. Junior Olivia Lugar posted the top score with a 149.
Move over, LeBron, Wade and Bosh. The second-ranked Washington University women’s golf team has a Big Three of its own ready to do some damage in the postseason.
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The milestones keep coming for the No. 3 Washington University women’s golf team. It was a monumental weekend all around at the Millikin University Fall Classic, as each of the top five places belonged to the Bears en route to two team round scores lower than the record of 300 set the previous week at the Illinois Wesleyan University Fall Classic.
The Washington University women’s golf team continues to set records and break them again. In the first round of the Millikin Fall Classic, the Bears combined to shoot a 292, eight strokes lower than their previous record of 300 set the week before at the Illinois Wesleyan University Fall Classic.