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Falcon women’s golf squad back in action

After getting partially rained-out at their tournament last weekend, the BG women’s golf team is preparing to hit the road once again for the Youngstown State University Invitational in Columbiana.

With only a week to prepare for their next tournament, coach Stephanie Young said the women took advantage of what little practice time they had.

‘We don’t have a lot of time to play,’ Young said. ‘We have some decent practices scheduled, and we’ll continue working on what we’ve been working on.’

After being the top scorer last weekend at her first collegiate tournament, freshman Susannah Grunden said she was happy with how the team played, but already had in mind what she wanted to work on for Youngstown.

‘I’m going to continue working on my mental game in preparation [for Youngstown],’ Grunden said.

After the success of Grunden, Young said she was proud of her top scorer and would expect her to continue playing well into the season.

‘We’re very excited that she played so well,’ Young said. ‘We expected that she would do [that well].’

Lauren Glew, though disappointed the team did not get a chance to move up in their placement last weekend because of rain, is looking forward to the next tournament.

‘We’re capable of doing really well, and I’m bummed we didn’t have the opportunity to move up [in placement],’ Glew said.

Glew said that there are a few things the team will be working on as they get ready for their next competitions.

‘Everyone’s got their own game plan [this week],’ Glew said. ‘We’re going to work on the lineup, and I’m going to focus on my short game.’

The Falcons will compete at Youngstown State University Invitational today. The 36-hole tournament will be played in two rounds on the same day.’

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