Women's Golf Takes Second at Jaguar Spring Invite
Women's Golf - Sat, Apr. 8, 2017
Emily Bell drives off the tee at Lincoln Oaks.
Emily Bell drives off the tee at Lincoln Oaks.


CRETE, IL – The Governors State women's golf team set a program record for 36 holes with a 791 score to finish second at the Jaguar Spring Invitational on Saturday. Robert Morris shot a 715 over two rounds to capture the team title while Trinity Christian placed third at 866. Pia Serrano of Robert Morris ran away with the individual title, winning by 26 strokes with a 152.

Appearing in her first collegiate tournament, GSU's Anne Best compiled a team-low 187 score to earn medalist honors with a fifth-place effort. Teammate Nicole Brusich finished three strokes behind to claim sixth place. Emily Bell shot a career-low 205 to occupy eighth place while Megan Kirn placed 10th with a 209 performance. Toi Bowers finished at 316, knocking 20 strokes off her first day score with a 148 on the afternoon.

"Our goal was to break 400 as a team and we did that" said GSU Head Coach Mark Haines. "We had several players shoot career-low rounds and I'm excited about the addition of Anne Best to our team.

GSU is off until April 21 when it co-hosts the Jaguar Illiana Shootout at Lincoln Oaks.