April 12, 2013
Women's Golf Record Book
ATHENS, Ohio – Fresh off the heels of achieving its fifth-lowest score in program history, the Ohio University women’s golf team takes to the links this weekend at the 2013 Dolores Black Falcon Invitational. The 36-hole tournament in Bowling Green, Ohio, is set to begin Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m.
At the two-day Dolores Black Invitational, Ohio will compete against golfers from Ashland, host Bowling Green, Chicago State, Cleveland State, Detroit Mercy, Ferris State, Findlay, Indianapolis, IPFW, Loyola, Niagara, Northern Illinois, Northwood, and Oakland.
The tournament will be played at the Stone Ridge Golf Club in Bowling Green, Ohio. Recognized as one of northwest Ohio’s best golf experiences, the course at Stone Ridge will play a par of 72 strokes over 5,960 yards. There will be no live scoring at the tournament, but updated results will be posted each evening on OhioBobcats.com.
Each day of play will begin with a shotgun start. Saturday’s round begins at 8:30 a.m. while Sunday’s round is slated for 9 a.m.
Last Time at the Falcon Invitational
Ohio last competed at the Dolores Black Falcon Invitational during the 2012 spring season. The Bobcats recorded their best finish since 2010 at the tournament, earning third place with a two-round team score of 639. Ohio finished only three strokes out of second place and just 13 shots off the overall lead. Megan Weaver played a terrific tournament, finishing in second place among the field of 74 golfers. Kara Brinkmann (Middletown, Ohio) also placed within the tournament field’s top 20, earning a tie for 13th place.
At Their Last Tournament…
…The Bobcats recorded the fifth-lowest score in program history, shooting a three-round mark of 926 to place fifth at the 2013 Eastern Kentucky Lady Colonel Classic. This was the best three-round team score shot by Ohio since the 1999-00 Mid-American Conference Championships. Brinkmann led the way for the Green and White at this tournament, shooting 74-80-74 to tie for eighth place. Julie Lechner (Powell, Ohio) also had a great tournament, shaving 16 strokes off her prior career best 54-hole score to shoot a 230 and tie for 12th place with teammate Angela Codian (Massillon, Ohio)
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