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Women’s golf finishes second at the ASUN Championship

After finishing in second a year ago at the ASUN Championships, the FGCU women’s golf team tied its program best second place finish at the 2017 ASUN Championship in Braselton, Georgia on Monday, April 17. Finishing with scores of 305 and 297 on Sunday before its final round score of 303, the Eagles finished seven points over UNF’s Championship winning score of 898. “We are clearly disappointed with the results today and expected to have a better round,” said FGCU head coach Sarah Trew in a recent FGCU Athletics press release. “We gave away too many shots on 8...

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Preview: Women’s golf at ASUN Women’s Golf Championship

Following a fifth place finish at the John Kirk Panther Intercollegiate, the FGCU women’s golf team heads to Braselton, Georgia to compete in the ASUN Women’s Golf Championship from Sunday, April 19 to Tuesday, April 18. Led by Kelsey Holbert, who finished eighth in the Eagles’ fourth top-five finish of the spring season, the Eagles come into the Championship fresh off of a two-week break from competition. Last year at the ASUN Women’s Golf Championship in Kissimmee, the Eagles put together a program-best second place finish. Propelling FGCU to a second place finish a year ago, Megan Blonien and...

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Preview: Men’s golf at ASUN Men’s Golf Championship

Following a fifth place finish at the East Carolina Invitational, the FGCU men’s golf team heads to Braselton, Georgia to compete in the ASUN Men’s Golf Championship from Sunday, April 19 to Tuesday, April 18. Led by Grant Renegar, who won the East Carolina Intercollegiate on April 4, the Eagles will take on conference foes on a course very similar to the layout of the course that hosted the East Carolina Invitational, Brooke’s valley. Last year at the ASUN Men’s Golf Championship, the Eagles’ fifth place finish was highlighted by Austin Schultz’s runner-up performance. With their campaign in their...

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Preview: Men’s golf at East Carolina Invitational

The FGCU men’s golf team will travel to Greenville, North Carolina to take part in the East Carolina Invitational hosted by ECU. Play will begin Monday, April 3 with 36 holes at the Brook Valley Country Club and will conclude Tuesday, April 4 with the final round. Last season, the Eagles took part in this two-day event and tied for second with Campbell University with an overall score of 903. Out of the thirteen teams who competed, East Carolina took first with an overall score of 880. This will be the last tournament before heading into the ASUN men’s...

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Preview: Women’s golf at John Kirk Panther Intercollegiate

The FGCU women’s golf team will compete in the John Kirk Panther Intercollegiate in Stockbridge, Georgia, with the first round starting Sunday, March 26. The final round will wrap up on Tuesday, March 28. This will be the final tournament before the Eagles head to ASUN Women’s Golf Championship. Georgia State is hosting the annual intercollegiate at the Eagle’s Landing Country Club. There will be a total of 15 teams competing in the three-day event. Last season, FGCU finished fourth-of-fifteen in this tournament. Next, the Eagles will compete in the three-day ASUN Women’s Golf Championship beginning Sunday, April 16...

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Preview: Men’s golf at FAU Slomin Autism Championship

After competing in the Cape Fear National Intercollegiate in North Carolina, the FGCU men’s golf team will take part in the FAU Slomin Autism Championship at the Foundations Country Club in Lake Worth, Florida. This three-day tournament hosted by the Owls will begin with the first round Friday, March 24. The second and final day will then follow the next two days, Saturday, March 25 and Sunday, March 26. Last season when the Eagles competed in this tournament, the team had all five team members shoot between 72 and 74 en route to a final-round 293 and an 864...

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FGCU women’s golf places second at MSU Citrus Classic

The FGCU women’s golf team finished second out of a field of 14 teams at the MSU’s Citrus Classic with a season-best team score of 901. The Eagles were led by Madeline Marck-Sherk, who scored a career-low score of 71. After two strong days of play with scores of 300 and 304, FGCU ended play on day three with a score of 297 to finish off the tournament. Finishing with a score of 37-over, the Eagles were able to stay ahead of Western Kentucky, Texas A&M and Morehead State, which finished third, fourth and fifth. However, the Eagles weren’t...

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Preview: Women’s golf at MSU Citrus Classic

Competing in the 2017 Spring Break Shootout on Monday and Tuesday, the FGCU women’s golf team will head to Sorrento to compete in the MSU Citrus Classic from March 19 to 21 at the Redtail Golf Club. Hosted by Morehead State for the second consecutive season, FGCU finished fifth overall out of the 20 teams competing. Rebounding from a 10th place finish on the second to last day of the classic to finish in fifth, the Eagles will look to lean on Megan Blonien and Madison Easterbrook following their top-20 performances at the MSU Citrus Classic last season. After...

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Preview: Men’s golf at Cape Fear National Intercollegiate

Following its third place finish at the Fort Lauderdale Intercollegiate, the FGCU men’s golf team will travel to Leland, North Carolina to compete in the Cape Fear National Intercollegiate from March 19 to 20 at the Cape Fear National Golf Course. Competing in Appalachian State’s Cape Fear Intercollegiate last season, the Eagles finished tied for sixth out of the 13 teams competing. Following the Cape Fear National Intercollegiate, FGCU will head to Lake Worth to compete at the FAU Slomin Autism Championship from March 24 to...

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Preview: Men’s golf at Fort Lauderdale Intercollegiate

Coming off the Legacy Intercollegiate in Longwood, Florida, hosted by Stetson, the men’s golf team will head to Fort Lauderdale to take part in the Fort Lauderdale Intercollegiate. This two-day event will take place at the Fort Lauderdale Country Club Monday, March 6 with 36 holes and finish up on Tuesday, March 7 with the final round. This will only be the second tournament for the Eagles so far this semester. Last semester, FGCU went to five tournaments, with the average score being 294.46 at these events. Next, the Eagles will then travel to Leland, North Carolina, to take...

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