Middlebury College women’s golfer Flora Weeks (Seattle, Wash.) has been honored by the National Golf Coaches Associate (NGCA). The junior earned Honorable Mention All-American honors and was a first-team All-East Region selection.
The Middlebury College women’s golf team placed third among seven teams in action at the Williams Spring Invitational. The Ephs won the title with a 631, followed by Vassar (656) and Middlebury (658).
The Panther women’s golf team placed fifth among 13 teams in action at the Jack Leaman Tournament hosted by Amherst. Methodist (651), won the event, followed by Amherst (667), Williams (677), NYU (684) and Middlebury (703).
The Middlebury College women’s golf team began its spring season with a fifth place finish in the 12-team Vassar Invitational. Williams won the event with a 686, while the Panthers came in with a two-day total of 717.
The Middlebury College women's golf team finished third among 10 teams at the Williams Fall Classic. The Panthers shot a two-day total of 671, including a 326 on day two. The host school won the event with a 663, followed by Amherst (665).
Middlebury finished second overall at its own invitational tournament, finishing with a two-day total of 692. Williams won the event with a 652 at the Ralph Myhre Golf Course, while Vassar finished the six-team event third overall with a 706. Georgiana Salant of Williams won medalist honors with a 155.
The Panther women's golf team returned to action at the Mt. Holyoke Invitational over the weekend. Middlebury finished sixth with a 658 in the 13-team event, with Williams taking home the title with a two-day total of 615.
The Panther women's golf team finished 16th among 22 teams at the Dartmouth Invitational over the weekend. The Panthers were fifth among Division III teams (16th overall), finishing with a two-day total of 681.
The Panther women's golf team opened the season with a third place finish at the St. Lawrence Invitational. The host school won the nine-team event by coming in with a 633, followed by N.Y.U. (643) and Middlebury (658).