10/20/2019 | News release | Distributed by Public on 10/21/2019 08:55
HERSEY, Pa. - Junior finished in a tie for 19th in the individual standings and the East Stroudsburg University women's golf team placed eighth at the 2019 PSAC Golf Championships held at the Hersey Country Club in Hersey, Pa.
Crines carded a three-day total of 265 for ESU, shooting a low-round of 83 on Saturday. Crines entered the final round on Sunday in 15th but slipped four spots after shooting a 94 on Sunday.
Freshman finished in a tie for 29th as she made her PSAC Golf Championships debut for the Warriors. Minter finished with a three-day total of 277 and carded her low round for the tournament on Saturday (87).
Playing in her final conference championship for the Warriors, senior finished 34th after recording a three-day total of 286. Bergquist saved her best round for the final day of the tournament on Sunday, shooting 93 to finish three strokes ahead of Seton Hill's Elizabeth Engel.
Sophomore recorded a 39th-place finish for ESU as she carded a three-day total of 308. Campbell finished seven strokes ahead of the next golfer and missed finishing in a tie with Kutztown's Molly Agnello by three strokes.
West Chester's Meghan O'Mara took home the individual title for the Golden Rams after finishing +16 on the Par-71 East Course that totaled 5,809 yards. The victory was the sixth of the fall for O'Mara, who won each event that she entered for West Chester.
Gannon won its fourth PSAC Women's Golf Championship in program history after finishing with a team total of +110. The Golden Knights saw all-five of their golfer's finish in the top 10 with Carley Sawyer finishing in a tie for third. Mercyhurst finished second with a team total of +134.
East Stroudsburg 381 371 384 1136 +284 8th
88 83 94 265 +52 t-19th
95 87 95 277 +64 t-29th
94 99 93 286 +73 34th
104 102 102 308 +95 39th