Senior Kristen Helmsdoerfer leads Ohio into the 2014 Mid-American Conference Women's Golf Championships this weekend at The Hawthorns Golf & Country Club in Fishers, Ind.
April 24, 2014
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ATHENS, Ohio - The Ohio University women's golf team is set to take to the greens for the 2014 Mid-American Conference Championships, which get underway on Friday (April 25) at The Hawthorns Golf & Country Club in Fishers, Ind.
The 54-hole tournament spans three days with round tee times beginning promptly at 8 a.m. ET each day.
Live scoring will be available via BirdieFire.
As part of the tournament's social media efforts, all teams, student-athletes and fans are encouraged to use #MACWGolf2014 when posting to Twitter and Instagram.
All nine MAC women's golf programs will participate in the event. Joining Ohio in competition are Akron, Ball State, Bowling Green, Eastern Michigan, Kent State, Northern Illinois, Toledo and Western Michigan. Ball State will serve as the tournament host.
The Hawthorns Golf & Country Club course plays a par of 72 and sits at 6,102 yards in length. 2014 marks the third time the course has played hosted to the Mid-American Conference Championships (2010, '12).
This will be Ohio's second tournament this season at The Hawthorns Golf & Country Club. The Bobcats carded a 36-hole combined-team score of 641 (+65) to finish 6th out of 16 teams in The Preview (Oct. 7-8). It was Ohio's best finish in The Preview since 2010.
LAST TIME OUT
Sophomore Angela Codian (Massillon, Ohio) carded a 54-hole total of 236 (+20) to lead the Bobcats to a 12th-place finish in the Lady Buckeye Invitational last weekend (April 19-20) at the Ohio State University Golf Club's Scarlet Course in Columbus, Ohio. Freshman Hailey Hrynewich (Muskegon, Mich.) compiled three consecutive rounds of 80 (+8) to finish with a 240 (+24) three-round score.
Junior Julie Lechner (Powell, Ohio) tallied a team-best 76 (+4) in the final round to arrive at 54-hole mark of 242 (+26). The junior was one-of-six student-athletes from the field to compile four-plus birdies in the tournament's final round.