Women's Golf
Vanderbilt finishes T-10th at NCAA's

May 23, 2014

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The Vanderbilt women's golf team finished the NCAA Championship in a tie for 10th place with a final team total of 1163 (303-290-286-284), with freshman Simin Feng leading the Commodores with an individual score of 284 (75-71-71-67), which tied her for 13th position on the individual leader board. 

The Commodores fired a final-round score of 284 on Friday and tied with Texas A&M for 10th, while Feng vaulted up the individual standings after firing a final-round 67 at the Tulsa Country Club.

Sophomore Jennifer Hahn carded a two-under, 68, on Friday, with other counters coming from Irina Gabasa, who shot a 74, and Antonia Scherer, who carded a 75.

"We really had it going for a while today, but let a few shots slip away near the end," said Vanderbilt head coach Greg Allen.  "Overall it just wasn't our week, but what a spring we've had and I couldn't be more proud of this team."  

Duke won their sixth national championship, defeating USC by two strokes.  The Trojans' Doris Chen won medalist honors over the Blue Devils' Celine Boutier.

T10. Vanderbilt - 303-290-286-284=1163
T13. Simin Feng - 75-71-71-67=284
T33. Kendall Martindale - 72-68-72-77=289
T80. Irina Gabasa - 76-76-72-74=298
T84. Jennifer Hahn - 81-75-75-68=299
T105. Antonia Scherer - 80-78-71-75=304


 

 

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