The Centennial Conference Student-Athlete Advisory Committee established the All-Sportsmanship team in 2007. Each team elected one member from their team who displayed good sportsmanship throughout the season to be a member of the All-Centennial sportsmanship team.
McDaniel College turned in a record-breaking day, but it wasn’t enough to catch Gettysburg College as the Bullets edged the Green Terror by two strokes at the Centennial Conference Women’s Golf Championship hosted by the Hanover Country Club.
Gettysburg set a Conference championship record for low round with a four-person total of 343 to take the lead at the halfway mark of the Centennial Conference women's golf championship at Hanover CC in Abbottstown, Pa.
McDaniel junior Morgan Koopman carded a 78 to take medalist honors by three shots at the Navy Spring Invitational on Sunday. Gettysburg led a four-team Centennial contingent with a third-place finish in the eight-team field.
Senior Caroline Nathan won her eighth career tournament as the Gettysburg College women’s golf team continued to roll with its second consecutive team title at the Stevenson University Spring Invitational at the Piney Branch Golf Club on Monday.
Four Bullets finished in the top nine to lead the Gettysburg women’s golf team to a 22-stroke victory at its own invitational held at the Hanover Country Club on Thursday. McDaniel's Morgan Koopman took medalist honors with an 83.
Ursinus placed third out of four complete teams at the Eastern University Invitational at White Manor GC in Malvern on Monday. Swarthmore freshman Amanda Beebe finished fourth in the 24-player field with a 99.
Anne Marshall captured medalist honors to lead Dickinson to a runner-up finish in a tri-match at Franklin & Marshall. Alvernia was first, besting the Red Devils by seven shots while the host Diplomats were third.
Senior Caroline Nathan claimed medalist honors with an 86, leading the Gettysburg College women’s golf team to a first-place finish among three teams at the Gettysburg Invitational Sunday at the Bridges Golf Club on Sunday.
A historic opening round of play by the Susquehanna women’s golf team saw the Crusaders enter Sunday in first place at the William Smith Invitational, but they were edged out for the title by host William Smith and Le Moyne as SU placed third overall.
Morgan Koopman shot a 36-hole total of 165 to lead McDaniel to a 10th-place finish at the NYU Invitational in women's golf action on Saturday and Sunday. As a team, the Green Terror combined to shoot a total of 741 over the two days, improving from a score 375 on Saturday to a round of 366 on Sunday.