Emily McGarrigle, Golfer of the Week, 10/3/17

Women's Golf Athlete of the Week 10/3/17

Emily McGarrigle, Jr, Ursinus
Wernersville, Pa./Conrad Weiser

McGarrigle shattered the previous school record of 80 with a 74 at Tuesday's UC Fall Invitational. The junior, who eclipsed her previous career best by two strokes, finished one shot behind Penn State-Harrisburg's Allison Cooper in the individual standings. McGarrigle's 74 is tied for the third-lowest score in Centennial Conference history. She followed with an 89 at the Gettysburg Invitational on Saturday. 

 


PREVIOUS AWARD WINNERS

Women's Golf Athlete of the Week 9/26/17
 
Alessandra Bertacche, Jr, Marymount University
Portogruaro, Italy / Liceo Classico XXV Aprile
 
Bertacche continued her impressive fall with her third-straight top-five finish on Sunday at the two-day Bridgewater Fall Invitational ... Only falling to the reigning DIII national champion, Bertacche took second place with rounds of 79 (+7) and 73 (+1), good enough to beat out two Division I golfers and five Division II golfers ... The final round on Sunday of 73 (+1) tied the program record for low round, a record she set last season ... As a team on Sunday, the Saints totaled a round of 337, the team's lowest round in school history, as they took fifth at the event. 
 
 

WOMEN’S GOLF ATHLETE OF THE WEEK 9/19/17

Alessandra Bertacche, Jr, Marymount University
Portogruaro, Italy/Liceo Classico XXV Aprile

Bertacche grabbed her second fourth-place finish through the first two tournaments of the season this past weekend in the two-day Greene Turtle Invitational hosted by Shenandoah University, carding identical rounds of 83 (+11)... She helped the Saints to a fifth-place team finish. 

 

WOMEN’S GOLF ATHLETE OF THE WEEK 9/12/17

Kat Hodges, Soph, Muhlenberg
The Woodlands, Texas/The Woodlands College Park

Kat Hodges started her sophomore season with the Muhlenberg women's golf team by winning a tournament, capturing medalist honors at the Swarthmore/Neumann Invitational. Hodges shot an 82 to come in three strokes ahead of the second-place finisher.