Wednesday, May 06, 2015

Jessica Bradley finishes T5 in Georga
POOLER, Georgia – The No. 2 ranked Nova Southeastern University women's golf team posted their best round on Tuesday to finish off a remarkable comeback at the NCAA Super South Regional, leaping from sixth to third and advancing to the D2 National Championships, while Mailen Domecq Chantry, a freshman from Argentina,  earned co-medalist honours among individuals.
The Sharks finished at 45-over as a team, and their Tuesday score of 301 tied for the second-best among the nine squads competing. Domecq Chantry was the final Shark in the clubhouse after birdieing 18 to put her in second place at that point, while also drawing the team closer but still not yet in third.
At that time, NSU was still two shots behind Florida Tech for third place, but as a team over each player's last three holes, FIT shot 5-over, allowing the Sharks to leapfrog them and advance. Meanwhile, at the completion of her round, Domecq Chantry trailed Lynn's Jessica Bradley from Devon but it ended up that Domecq and Annie Dulman of Rollins would tie at the end of regulation, and share the top spot on the leaderboard.

Bradley finished T5 on 219 (73-70-76)
Over  54 holes, Domecq Chantry shot a 217 (70-72-75) for her second individual win of the season. 

 Emily-Mae Hall, a Nova Southeastern freshman from Notts totalled 234 (76-80-78) to tie for 34th. 
West Florida's English pair, Aimee Paterson from Hampshire and Daisy-May Kenny from Purley finished T20 and 47th with aggregates of 232 (76 75 81) and 247 (83-84-80) respectively.
Scot Rachel Polson (Florida Tech) finished T44 on 244 with scores of 83 81 and 80

Rollins took the team title at 884, with Lynn as runners-up with a 900, also advancing along with NSU. Florida Tech ended up a shot behind the Sharks, with Saint Leo a stroke behind them in fifth. Rounding out the team standings were Barry and West Florida, tying for sixth, Flagler in eighth and Florida Southern ninth.
The National Championships will begin on May 13 at The Meadows in Allendale, Michigan.