Patterson Leads SMWC to Victory at Hulman Links  

August 31, 2014


Junior Morgan Patterson shot a 78 on Sunday.

Event Details
Host: SMWC
Course: Hulman Links Golf Course
Conditions: Rain Showers
Yardage: 5400
Rating/Slope: 71.2/125

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – The Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College (SMWC) golf team continued to play well on Sunday after winning the Battle at Bloomington Invitational on Friday. The Pomeroys defeated Oakland City University in a dual match at Hulman Links Golf Course on Sunday.

The Pomeroys carded a 339, which put SMWC ahead of Oakland City by 45 strokes at the end of the day as OCU shot a 384.  Junior Morgan Patterson carded a 78 to lead the Pomeroys. She finished the day tied with OCU’s Brittney Walker as the match medalist.

Senior Sloane Engle shot an 86 on the day, while junior Abby Abel followed right behind with an 87. Freshman Tori Muncy finished with a card of 88, while junior Shelby French carded a 97, and sophomore Kelsi Brown carded a 122.

Sunday saw personal best cards for four SMWC competitors with Patterson, Abel, Muncy, and French all having career days.

“When four girls better their 18-hole total, you can't ask for much more,” said head coach Steve Higham.

SMWC will be back in action on September 6-7 when the Pomeroys take part in the Hanover Invitational. 

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