April 27, 2010

Women's Golf Ends 2009-2010 Campaign

Scoreboard: 6th of 11, Williams Spring Invitational, April 24-25
Schedule: Season has concluded. 

  • The Holy Cross women's golf team concluded its 2009-2010 slate with a sixth place finish at the Williams Spring Invitational, held at the Taconic Country Club in Williamstown, Mass. Junior Meghan Doherty (Westerly, R.I.) repeated history as she marked the team's top performance in the event for the second straight year. As a freshman, Doherty led the team with a 174 at the 2008 Williams Spring Invitational, while this year she marked a final two-round score of 155 to tie for sixth individually. The team placed sixth in both 2008 and 2010. Doherty also tallied her lowest-round of the season, a 76 in the second round.
  • Freshman Kelly Reagan (Medota Heights, Minn.) saved her best performance for last as she marked a season-low round of 85 at the Williams Invitational and followed her second-lowest round of the season, an 87, completing the tournament with a score of 172. She rounds out her freshman campaign with a 93.2 strokes average and participated in six of the seven total team events.
  • Doherty remained as the top member of the Holy Cross women's golf team as she finished her junior campaign leading the squad in five out of seven events. She finishes with a team-low 83.4 strokes average, which includes two rounds played with the men's team. Doherty became the first female golfer to play with the men's team in Holy Cross program history as well, playing first in the Nichols Invitational in the fall and again at the Lou Flumere Invitational this spring.
  • Two other Crusaders led the team's top individual performances as junior Johanna Gavin (Hackettstown, N.J.) led Holy Cross at the Dartmouth Invitational, the first event of the 2009-2010 season, and sophomore Ellie Deluca (New Canaan, Conn) led all performers at the 2010 Big South Championship.  Deluca marked a season-low round of 81 at the Big South while Gavin marked a season-low round of 79 at Dartmouth.
  • The Holy Cross women's golf team finished in sixth place three times this season, the most of any finish. The team marked its best overall performance (sixth of 14 teams) at the Mount Holyoke Invitational, held during the fall portion of the slate.