Golf: Men’s Golf places ninth in Cecil Spadafora Invite; Women finish fifth at Gannon Spring Invitational

Both the Clarion men’s and women’s golf teams were in action this past weekend.

The Lady Golden Eagles finished fifth in 2016 Gannon Spring Invitational at Lake Shore Country Club with a score of 886.Clarion Call Logo

California University of Pennsylvania was the team champion at the event with a score of 626, followed by Gannon University and Seton Hill University.

The Golden Eagles finished day one of the invitational on Sunday with a team score of 443.

Senior Larissa Roberts carded the lowest round for Clarion after day one was completed.

She finished with a score of 92, which was good enough for 21st place at the time. 

Three other Golden Eagles were also ranked after day one of competition.

Junior Audrianna Delacour finished the day at 26th with a score of 116, while sophomore Jenna Schrecengost finished one stroke behind her at 117.

Clancy Frock finished Sunday with a score of 118.

After the second day of competition, Roberts shot the low round for Clarion again with a score of 94 to finish 21st on the weekend with a score of 186.

Delacour improved eight strokes from her previous day’s total with a round of 108, finishing with a total score of 224 over the course of two days.

Frock finished the day with a score of 119 to finish with a combined score of 237, while Schrecengost finished day two with a score of 122 to finish the invitational with a score of 239.

The Clarion’s men’s golf team competed in the Cecil Spadafora Invitational hosted by Indiana University of Pennsylvania at the Indiana Country Club.

The Golden Eagles finished ninth in the field of 15 with a total score of 618. 

Clarion finished the first day of competition with a cumulative score of 312.

Freshman Nathan Sandberg carded a 73 over the course of 18 holes on day one, finishing the day in 10th place individually.

Junior Sean Edgar also had a good round, carding a round of 76 that put him 27th in the field.

On the final day of competition, Clarion shot six strokes better from its previous round with a total score of 306.

Sandberg was the only Golden Eagle to finish top-20 in the event, carding a score of 75 in the final round to complete the weekend with a score of 148.

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