Dalton State Women Get Impressive Golf Win

Tuesday, September 29, 2020
The Dalton State women placed all five of their golfers in the top five at the Invite at Innisbrook at Palm Harbor, Florida on Tuesday.
The Dalton State women placed all five of their golfers in the top five at the Invite at Innisbrook at Palm Harbor, Florida on Tuesday.
- photo by Dalton State Athletics
PALM HARBOR, Fla. – Dalton State placed all five ladies in the top five as they shot the round of the day, a 301 (+13), to pull away from the field and claim the victory in the Invite at Innisbrook at Innisbrook Golf Club in Palm Harbor, Fla. on Tuesday.
 
The Lady Roadrunners (914, +50) finished 39 strokes in front of second place Southeastern (Fla.) (953, +89). Keiser (Fla.) at 963 (+99) finished 3rd, while Eastern Florida State (999, +135) and Coastal Georgia (1008, +144) rounding out the top 5.
 
RECAP
Freshman Mailey Buzzell once again led the Lady Birds with a bogey free round of 70 (-2) to finish in 2nd overall. Sydney Hermann and Cameron Daniel accompanied Buzzell in the top 5 with rounds of 77 (+5) for each.
All three ladies also snagged All-Tournament honors.
 
Like Hermann and Daniel, Isabel Rijos posted 77 (+5) on the afternoon to finish in a tie for 7th with Serah Khanyereri of St. Thomas (Fla.) Megan Donahue carded a round of 80 (+8) to finish in a tie for 9th with Southeastern's Ana Uribe.
 
UP NEXT
The Lady Roadrunners get three weeks off before they hit the course again on October 19 & 20 in the AAC Fall Preview hosted by Brenau (Ga.) at Chateau Elan Golf Club in Braselton, Ga.

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