HARTWELL, Ga. – The King University women's golf team finished eighth at the Conference Carolinas Championship with a score of 997. Roxane Nataf led the way with a fifth place finish.
KING RESULTS: 8th of 10 (997)
LOCATION: Cateechee Golf Club, Hartwell, Ga.
COURSE DETAILS: par 72; 5831 yards
HOW IT HAPPENED
- Nataf improved every round, improving on an opening round of 79 with a 76 in the second round.
- She closed the tournament with a round of 75 to finish with a stroke total of 230 and a fifth place finish.
- Sasha Gardiner finished next for the Tornado, finishing with two rounds of 82 after her opening with an 85. She finished with a stroke total of 249.
- Morgan Powers finished with a score of 257 following her final round of 85. She shot 84 in the first round and 88 in the second round.
- Shelby Zeiter finished with a round of 92 after rounds of 90 and 83 in the first two rounds, respectively. She finish with a tournament total of 265.
- Autumn Bergendahl shot 87 in the first round, was disqualified in the second round before carding a 178 in the final round.
FOR THE FOES
- Limestone College won the tournament with a score of 909 while the University of Mount Olive finish second at 956 and Erskine College took third at 959.
- Pilar Martinez of Limestone won the individual title by one stroke with a score of 224.
BEYOND THE BOX SCORE
- Nataf garnered all-tournament team accolades with the top five finish.
- She also becomes the first Tornado to finish in the top five since Nicola Robertson won the tournament in 2017.