Lady Mocs Golfers Finish Ninth At Web.com Intercollegiate

Tuesday, April 08, 2014
Jordan Britt (pictured) and Emily McLennan earn top 10’s at Web.com Intercollegiate
Jordan Britt (pictured) and Emily McLennan earn top 10’s at Web.com Intercollegiate
- photo by GoMocs.com

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. --- There were positives and negatives in the Chattanooga Mocs ninth-place finish in the Web.com Intercollegiate at Marsh Landing Country Club. Jordan Britt (Chattanooga) and Emily McLennan (Queensland, Australia) each tallied top 10’s as the squad shot 308 to end the event at 885.

Britt posted her fifth top five of 2013-14 shooting a career-low four-under par 212 finishing fourth.

She bested her previous best of 217 set in October at the Starmount Fall Classic. McLennan wound up tied for eighth at even-par 216. That is also her top 54-hole total.

The team’s 885 was just a single stroke out of sixth where a three-way tie knotted Minnesota, Louisville and Missouri. Maryland was another shot ahead in fifth, while 17th-ranked UCF stood in fourth at 882. Florida State ran away with the title at 851 with East Carolina in second at 875.
FSU’s Matilda Castren won medalist honors at minus 12 (204). She topped teammate Alex Milan and Maryland’s Juliet Vongphoumy by four as the duo scored eight-under 208’s.

Britt and McLennan shot 75 and 77, respectively, in today’s final 18. The trio of Isabella Loza (Bucaramanga, Colombia), Agathe Sauzon (Valence, France) and Porsche Campbell (Vancouver, Canada) each carded 78’s.

Chattanooga begins championship season this Sunday at the Southern Conference Championship. The four-time defending champ plays 18 holes per day from Sunday through Tuesday at Moss Creek Club in Hilton Head, S.C.

Web.com Intercollegiate
April 7-8 – Marsh Landing C.C. – Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.

1) Florida State

288-280-283

851 (-13)

2) East Carolina

289-286-300

875 (+11)

3) No. 24 Ohio State

291-291-295

877 (+13)

4) No. 17 UCF

289-291-302

882 (+18)

5) Maryland

295-290-298

883 (+19)

6) Minnesota

287-293-304

884 (+20)

tie) Missouri

295-299-290

884 (+20)

tie) Louisville

300-289-295

884 (+20)

9) Chattanooga

282-295-308

885 (+21)

10) UNF

301-286-307

894 (+30)

11) Toledo

302-288-306

896 (+32)

12) McNeese State

306-287-310

903 (+39)

13) Jacksonville

305-295-305

905 (+41)

tie) FIU

309-292-304

905 (+41)

15) Michigan

301-304-304

909 (+45)

tie) Illinois

298-299-312

909 (+45)

17) Sam Houston State

306-297-309

912 (+48)

18) Cincinnati

301-313-310

924 (+60)

19) James Madison

312-302-321

935 (+71)

Mocs

 

 

4) Jordan Britt

67-70-75

212 (-4)

T8) Emily McLennan

68-71-77

216 (E)

T52) Isabella Loza

74-76-78

228 (+12)

T55) Agathe Sauzon

73-78-78

229 (+13)

90) Porsche Campbell

83-78-78

239 (+23)

T87) Sarah Dolmovich

78-79-81

238 (+22)



Strong Sauce: The Personal Paroxysm Of Pro Wrestling- A Column For Dad

“If you prick us do we not bleed? If you tickle us do we not laugh? If you poison us do we not die? And if you wrong us shall we not revenge?”- William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice  Scoff…if you must. Tip your nose to the sky, if you are inclined. Close your eyes to the humanity lay bare…but evil and good do exist, and there was no greater stage for the personal ... (click for more)

Fury 2015 Baseball Tryouts Set For Aug. 16

Fury 2015 Baseball teams (ages 13-17) will be having tryouts Saturday, Aug. 16, at 10 a.m. at the McCallie School.  For more information, contact Tim Dean at  706 639-3077  or deanangus@juno.com . (click for more)

County Commission Chairmanship Up For Grabs After Exit Of Henry, Skillern

The chairmanship of the County Commission is up for grabs after the exit of two commissioners who have held the post in recent years. Larry Henry is moving on to serve as Circuit Court clerk. Fred Skillern was upset by Randy Fairbanks in the Republican primary. Most of the returning commissioners have their eye on the possibility of taking over as chairman, or at least getting ... (click for more)

PAST Act On Horse Abuse Stalls Out In U.S. House Despite 70% Support

Rep. Ed Whitfield (KY-01), chairman of the House Subcommittee on Energy and Power, issued the following statement today regarding the Prevent All Soring Tactics (PAST) Act, H.R. 1518:   “I regret to inform you that Speaker of the House, John Boehner, currently refuses  to bring the Prevent All Soring Tactics (PAST) Act to the floor for a vote.  His decision ... (click for more)

Curtis Adams: Beck, Mackey Should Be Considered For County Commission Leadership

Just think about this;  a person highly qualified applying for a job.  As he is just about finished filling out his papers for his interview, he sees at the bottom there is a place for him to check Democrat or Republican.  He would think, “if I mark the wrong one I may not get the job.” Being a real leader requires honesty, integrity, and, most importantly, fairness. ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Mark’s 50th Anniversary Toast

In the new book that celebrates the first 50 years of baseball’s Southern League, its splendid author Mark McCarter recalls that very early in his career as a sports writer, he was riding with his boss somewhere and mentioned that if the legendary Allan Morris ever needed help covering the Chattanooga Lookouts that he’d love to help. Today, as he looks back, he ruefully adds, “I ... (click for more)