The Eastern Michigan University women’s golf team traveled to Kewadin, MI on Sept. 4 to compete against Oakland University, Green Bay, Purdue Fort Wayne, Chicago State, Central and Western Michigan University in a two day invitational on A-Ga-Ming Sundance course.
Sophomore Alyssa DiMarcantonio finished the first day with a 76 and a two-day score of 220 (71-73-76). She tied with Oakland’s Bridget Boczar. DiMarcantonio edged Boczar and captured her first collegiate win on the 57th hole at par 72.
Overall, the Eagles finished fifth with a cumulative score of 913 (304-301-308). Oakland took first place with the lowest score of 897 (300-297-300). Central finished second with a score of 900 and Western followed in third place with 910 points.
Sophomore Kyleigh Dull tied for 10 place with a 227 (74-75-78). Senior Natai Apichonlati contributed a 232 (77-75-80), tying for 17 place. Junior Tatyana Nyambane showed improvement, placing 35 and scoring 243 (91-78-74). Senior Olivia Loberg placed 42 with a 250 (85-84-81). Senior Adeline Lau played individually and tied for 43 place with a 169 (85-84).
EMU will travel to Muncie, IN next to compete in the Brittany Kelly Cardinal Classic, hosted by Ball State University on Sept. 19-20. In 2021, the Eagles placed third of out 16 teams in the Cardinal Classic with a score of 611.
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