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Women’s golf finishes 12th in season-opening tournament

The Seton Hall women’s golf team opened its 2021 spring season with a 12th-place finish at the All-State Sugar Bowl Invitational at the English Turn Country Club this past weekend.  

Lizzie Win shot a 2-over-par, 74 in Tuesday’s final round including four birdies. Win finished tied for 32nd overall among individual golfers at 15-over-par for the tournament. Off the back of a strong senior year, Win returned to the team this season as a graduate student as one of the senior figures of this team.

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Photo via SHU Athletics.

Junior Sarah Fouratt tied with Win at 15-over-par. Fouratt’s consistency was commendable as she shot 77-76-78 over the tournament’s three days. Senior Mia Kness shot a 6-over-par, 78, on Tuesday and finished the tournament tied for 53rd overall with a 21-over-par, 77-82-78.

Maddie Sager, a graduate student and familiar contributor for the Pirates over the last few years, finished at 22-over-par and finished one stroke behind Kness at 55th overall. 

Nebraska’s Kate Smith won the tournament’s individual portion and Nebraska took the team portion.

The team returns to action March 29-30 at the John Kirk Panther Intercollegiate in Georgia. 

Matt Collins can be reached at matthew.collins@student.shu.edu.

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