Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Anglo-Scot Paige Kemp top Brit in Atlantic 

Sun Championship

Dulcie Sverdloff, from Southend, a third-year student at Kennesaw State University, finished 24th in a field of 35 players at the Atlantic Sun Women's College Championship at Reunion Resort, Florida.

Dulcie had rounds of 75, 77 and 83 - that last round knocked her out of the top 10 - for a 54-hole aggregate of 235 - 17 shots behind the winner, Kennesaw team-mate Clara Aveling who had scores of 70, 71 and 77 for a two-over-par total of 218 over a par-72, 6100yd course.

Anglo-Scot Paige Kemp, pictured above, from Essex, a third-year student at Stetson University, finished a spot ahead of Dulcie in 23rd place with scores of 76, 76 and 81 for 223.
Stetson team-mate Eilidh Watson, a second-year student from Dollar, finished 27th on 237 with scores of 81, 78 and 78.
North Florida (890) won the team title ahead of Florida Gulf Coast (901), Kennesaw State (904), Jacksonville (908) and Stetson (925) in a field of seven teams. 

Megan Taylor makes top 15 at South Atlantic 


Megan Taylor from Buckden, Cambridgeshire, a student at Wingate University, finished T15 in a field of 60 players at the South Atlantic Wmen's Conference Championship at Monroe Country Club, North Carolina.

Megan, pictured, had scores of 79, 83 and 78 for 240 - 17 shots behind the winner, Grace Glaze (Queen's, North Carolina) who score 76, 72 and 75.
Queen's (938) also won the team event ahead of Carson-Newman (941). Wingate (956) finished fifth of 11 teams.

Olivia Jay from York, a student at Radford University, has had scores of 80 and 78 for 158 with one round to go in the Big South Women's Championship at DeBordieu Golf Club, Georgetown in South Carolina.