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After rain, Falcons take 15th

The BG women’s golf team tied for 15th place after heavy rain in North Carolina cut the 2009 Great Smokies Intercollegiate tournament a day short this weekend.

Junior Lauren Glew is proud of her team, but feels that a second day of competition could have helped the team a lot.

‘We were hoping to be able to pass up quite a few teams by improving a few strokes each,’ Glew said. ‘We could have shot ourselves into the top 10, and we were bummed not to have the opportunity to move up.’

Elon University and host Western Carolina tied for the championship with a two-under-par 286. The Falcons carded a score of 311, tying with Savannah College of Arts and Design in the 22-team tournament.

In her first collegiate tournament, freshman Susannah Grunden scored highest for the Falcons with a 74, placing her individually in a tie for 25th place.

‘I was confident going into the tournament,’ Grunden said. ‘We practiced pretty hard and the course was set up well. We just worked on taking it one hole at a time.’

Glew notched a 77 (T-48th) and Megan Gormley carded a 79. Also competing for BG was Hannah Lambert (81) and Marisa Glew (82).

Coach Stephanie Young says there are a few things she’d like to work on this upcoming week.

‘We had a really solid start, but there’s still a lot of room for improvement,’ Young said. ‘We don’t have a lot of time, but we’ve got some decent practices scheduled, and we’ll keep working on what we’ve been working on.’

The women will next compete at the Youngstown State University Invitational. The 36-hole tournament will be held next Monday. Both rounds will be played the same day.

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