Lady 'Cat Golfers Have Busy Four Days at Charleston

Lady 'Cat Golfers Have Busy Four Days at Charleston

CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Wesleyan Lady Bobcats spent a busy four days at the Edgewood Country Club this past Saturday, Monday and today playing in three different one-day tournaments.

On Monday, they played in the MEC Spring Invite and on Tuesday, they played in the MEC Spring Classic. Prior to that, they played Charleston in a dual match on Saturday.

Wesleyan had a strong showing on Monday with a fourth-place finish among nine teams.

The Lady 'Cats shot a 355.

Notre Dame College and West Liberty tied for the lead with both teams firing a 311 while Charleston was third with a 322.

Katie Casey finished in a tie for 11th to lead the Lady Bobcats on Monday shooting an 81.

Teammate Brooklyn Bailey placed in a tie for 21st after shooting an 87.

Rounding out the Wesleyan line-up was Megan Hunter in a tie for 35th (105) and Keenan Moreta in 45th (137).

Kasey Frazier of Wheeling Jesuit earned low medalist honors with a 72.

Today the Lady 'Cats placed seventh with a 372.

Wheeling Jesuit won today's action with a 311.

Casey took 23rd place with an 86 while Becca Davis finished in a tie for 28th (88).

Bailey was 35th (92) and Hunter was 38th (106).

There was a three-way tie for first with Wheeling Jesuit's Kenaida Mills and Leah Baughman and Notre Dame's Michiko Smith all shooting a 76.

On Saturday, in preparation for the two days at Edgewood, the Lady 'Cats faced off with Charleston in a dual match at Edgewood.

Charleston defeated the Lady Bobcats by a 72-119 score.

Casey was second (87), Davis was fifth (90th), Bailey was seventh (110), Moreta in eighth (116) and Hunter in ninth (118).

The Lady Bobcats wrapped up their spring season for 2016 with today's action.