Lady Cardinals Claim First Title at ODU Snowflake Open

The SVSU Women's Golf Team claimed the program's first championship on Monday...
The SVSU Women's Golf Team claimed the program's first championship on Monday...

PATASKALA, Ohio -- The Cardinal Women's Golf team competed in the Ohio Dominican Snowflake Open on Monday (Mar. 26) in a single day, 36-hole event. The Lady Cardinals were impressive, posting rounds of 317-309 to claim the program's first ever tournament championship. The 626 total is a new program low and the 309 second round score is a new 18-hole low. 

SVSU won the event by 13 strokes, finishing ahead of runner-up Northern Michigan University. Shelbe Cahill won the individual medalist honors for the Cards, putting together rounds of 77-72, 149 (+5) to finish two strokes clear of teammate Sabrina Coffman for her first title. Coffman led after the first 18 holes of play and had scores of 74-77, 151 (+7).

Alexa Marston registered a top-10 finish for the squad as well, tying for sixth place with scores of 80-79, 159 (+15). Katie Boyd finished in 20th place with marks of 86-81 while Emily Barker shot rounds of 91-82 for Saginaw Valley.

Up Next...

The Cardinals return to action Mar. 9-10 for the Ohio Dominican Invitational. The event is set to be played at the Jefferson Golf & Country Club in Blacklick, Ohio. 

Shelbe Cahill

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