Middlebury College women's golfer Flora Weeks (Seattle, Wash.) turned in an impressive four days at the recent NCAA Championships. The event took place in Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida at the Mission Inn Resort. Weeks finished the event tied for 14th place among 104 golfers competing at the championship.
Middlebury College women's golfer Flora Weeks (Seattle, Wash.) has qualified for the 2010 NCAA Championship. Weeks will compete from May 11-14 in Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida at the Mission Inn Resort. The sophomore had a solid season for the Panthers and was one of only two at-large selections in the east.
The Middlebury College women's golf team ended its spring season with a 10th place finish at the Williams Spring Invitational. The Panthers shot 712 over the two-day event, while Amherst shot a 626 to pick up the win.
The Panther women's golf team was back in action this weekend, taking part in the Jack Leaman Tournament hosted by Amherst. The host school won the 11-team event with a 659, while the Panthers finished in 11th place with a two-day total of 751.
The Panther women's golf team opened up its spring season at the Vassar College Invitational Tournament. Middlebury placed 10th in the 11-team tournament, earning a two-day total of 770.
The Middlebury women's golf team ended its fall season with an eighth place finish at the Williams Fall Classic. Amherst won the event with a 655, while the Panthers came in with a 766. Winning medalist honors with a first place finish was Flora Weeks.
After a five-shot lead on day one, Amherst extended its advantage to nine shots as they captured the 2009 Middlebury College Invitational Tournament at the Ralph Myhre Golf Course. The Jeffs finished with a 643, followed by Williams (654) and Mt. Holyoke (670). Middlebury finished the seven-team tournament in sixth place with a 721.
The Panther women's golf team finished 10th overall at the 13-team Mt. Holyoke Invitational over the weekend. St. Lawrence won the event with a 643, followed by Amherst (655), Williams (667), while Middlebury came in with a 726.
The Middlebury College women's golf team competed with 20 teams, 13 from Division I, at the Dartmouth Invitational over the weekend. Towson won the event with a 625, followed by B.C. (727) and Brown (631). The Panthers finished the event in 20th place with a two-day total of 735.
The Panther women's golf team placed fourth among eight teams competing at the St. Lawrence Invitational on opening weekend. Middlebury shot a 697 over the two-day event, as the host school shot a 636 to pick up the win. First-year player Keely Levins (Rutland, Vt.) finished second overall at the event, shooting a 157, including a 76 on day two, to lead the team. Sophomore Flora Weeks (Seattle, Wash.) came in sixth place with a 163, followed by first-year player Victoria Chiang (Ronkonkoma, N.Y.), who shot a 181. Sophomore Kathryn Bostwick (New Canaan, Conn.) shot a 206, while junior Ashley Sandy (Middlebury, Vt.) came in with a 214 to round out the squad.