Tribe Women's Golf Places Eighth at Lady Pirate Intercollegiate
Greenville, N.C. - The William and Mary Tribe women’s golf team placed eighth at the Lady Pirate Intercollegiate on Tuesday, finishing the tournament with a 54-hole total of 905 (+53). The University of Maryland won the tournament, firing a team total of 876 (+24).
Headlining the Tribe’s effort at tournament this week was junior Caroline Sweet, who ended the tournament in a tie for eighth place with a score of 220 (+7). Sweet played solidly all the way through, carding rounds of 74-73-73. With the finish, Sweet earned her first top-10 of the season and notched her second top-20 of the year.
Coming in a tie for 32nd were both sophomore Betsy Birchall as well as freshman Emily Gimpel. Both Tribe players finished with three-round totals of 228 (+15). On the week, Birchall shot rounds of 77-75-76, while Gimpel carded rounds of 81-72-75.
Senior Sarah Whitney ended the tournament with a 54-hole total of 231 (+18), tying for 44th, while junior Kristen Hamel tied for 78th with a tournament total of 241 (+28).
The William and Mary Tribe women’s golf team will return home to Williamsburg this weekend to close out the fall season by hosting the Tribe Invitational. The tournament will get underway at The Hollows Golf Course in Montpelier, Virginia on Saturday, October 16 through Sunday, October 17.
Lady Pirate Intercollegiate
Greenville Country Club – Par 71
Final Team Standings
1. Maryland 876 (+24)
2. East Carolina 881 (+29)
3. Augusta State 887 (+35)
4. Pennsylvania 890 (+38)
5. UNC Wilmington 893 (+41)
8. William and Mary 905 (+53)
William and Mary Individuals
T8. Caroline Sweet 220 (+7)
T32. Betsy Birchall 228 (+15)
T32. Emily Gimpel 228 (+15)
T44. Sarah Whitney 231 (+18)
T78. Kristen Hamel 241 (+28)