FRONT ROYAL, VA – The York College women's golf squad capped a fantastic weekend as they won the Greene Turtle Invitational hosted by Shenandoah University on Sunday at the Shenandoah Valley Golf Club. The Spartans finished with another new school record as they shot a total of 307 for a two-day total of 622. The Green and White won the tournament by nine strokes over second-place Stevenson.
Top Five Teams
1. York – 622
2. Stevenson – 631
3. Randolph Macon – 653
4. Catholic – 696
5. Shenandoah - 700
Top Spartan Performers
• Freshman Jordan Koller recorded her first collegiate championship as she shot a two-day total of 151. Koller notched a 77 on Saturday and followed that with a 74 to win the title. Koller edged out teammate Anna Moore who set a new school record with her one-over-par 72 as she finished one stroke back of Koller at 152.
• Freshman Shelby Tapman, who set the single round school record on Saturday with a 75, shot an 81 on Sunday to finish with a score of 156, tying her for fifth in the tournament.
• Sophomore Emma Harding shot three strokes better than Saturday as she fired an 80 on Sunday to finish with a two-day total of 163, good for a tie for 11th place.
• Sophomore Lindsey Bonner was York's fifth tournament participant as she shot 91 on Sunday to complete the tournament with a score of 179, good for 26th place. Freshman Brooke Burnette played the tournament as an individual and she completed the tournament with a two-day score of 182 to finish tied for 29th.
He Said It
"I am very proud of how the team competed today," said head coach David Boslough. "They all wanted to beat the records they set yesterday and it almost felt competition against what they did yesterday and some friendly competition with their teammates. It was an exciting round and I am thrilled with how they played today."
The Spartans have broken the school record for lowest team rounds three times already including twice this weekend … freshman Jordan Koller joins Emma Harding as the two Spartans to have won a collegiate tournament as Harding won the UMW Invitational last spring … for the third time this year, a player has broken the individual scoring mark as freshman Anna Moore fired a 72 on Sunday …. Moore had set the mark in York's first tournament as she shot 77 at Carnegie Mellon.
The Spartans return to action next Saturday when they head to Elkton, Maryland to participate in the Revolutionary College Golf Classic hosted by Ursinus College. The tournament will be held at Patriots Glen National Golf Club. The action is set to start at 12:00 pm on Saturday.