Pomeroys Defeat Brescia at Hulman Links

September 14, 2014

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – The Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College golf team took first-place in a battle with Brescia on Sunday at Hulman Links. The Pomeroys shot a 351 to edge out the Bearcats by five strokes.

Sunday was the third time this season that the Pomeroys have captured a first-place finish and the second time they have done so at Hulman Links.

Leading the way for SMWC was junior Morgan Patterson and senior Sloane Engle, who each shot an 80 and tied for medalist honors. Junior Abby Abel was also in the 80’s on Sunday as she carded an 89.

Sophomore Kelsi Brown recorded the best card of her SMWC career with a 102, and senior Shelby French improved on her first couple of scores this season with a 103. Freshman Tori Muncy rounded out the group with a card of 115, as SMWC grabbed their third victory of the season.

The Pomeroys will be back in action this coming weekend when they participate in the DePauw Invitational on Saturday and Sunday. The weekend will see SMWC play at Deer Creek on Saturday and Twin Bridges on Sunday.   

Jeanne Knoerle
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