Cav Classic Turns into 36 Hole One Day Event

Cav Classic Turns into 36 Hole One Day Event

(NORTH CANTON, Ohio) - The Walsh University Women's Golf team hosted their annual Cav Classic at Glenmoor Country Club this weekend. The typical two day event was shortened to a one day 36 hole event to avoid the predicted weather on Sunday. The Cavaliers would end up placing eigth out of fifteen teams and would post rounds of 336 and 335 for the event.

Freshmen Alexis Green would guide the Maroon and Gold in their home event after posting a 36 hole total 161, carding rounds of 83 and 78. Green's 78 would be her lowest career round for the Cavaliers and have her in nineteeth place overall for the event.  Michele Vlacovsky was next in line for the Cavs after shooting rounds of 85 and 83 for a two day total of 168. Kerra Loomis and Kayleigh McHugh would follow right behind their teammates in the lineup. Loomis carded rounds of 83 and 87 while McHugh posted 85 and 87 respectively for their two rounds. Amanda Scala would be last on the board for the Cavaliers posting rounds of 87 and 93 for her 36 hole round. 

The Cavaliers also had three players on the course as individuals. Sophomore Lauren Hatfield would post an impressive two round total of 166.  Her scores of 81 and 85 would land her tied for twenty-ninth place overall. Kendra Kearns and Francesca Ciraci would post two round totals of 205 and 211 respectively. 

The University of Findlay would take home the Cav Classic tournament title after a two day total 605. The Oilers rounds of 302 and 303 would be just enough to edge off the Lakers from Grand Valley by four shots. Makenzie Torres from the University of Findlay would take home the individual medalist title after firing an opening round of one under 71. She would add a 77 for her final round for a 36 hole 148 total. 

The Maroon and Gold head to Lexington Thursday for the G-MAC Conference Championship being held at the University Club of Kentucky.