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WOMEN'S GOLF
| AWARDS | CHAMPIONSHIP | SCHEDULE |

2005 LMC CHAMPIONSHIP

Oct. 1 & 2
@ Eagle Creek G.C.
Hortonville, Wis.
Hosted by Marian

Results
1. Edgewood, 741
2. Lakeland, 1051
3. Marian, 1077
4. WI Lutheran, 1093
-. MSOE, NS
-. Concordia, NS
 

LMC Sanctioned Meets

Sept. 7 @ Marian
1. Edgewood 359
2. Lakeland 466
3. Concordia 505
4. Marian 541
-. MSOE - NS
-. WI Lutheran - NS

Sept. 12 @ WLC
1. Edgewood 372
2. Lakeland 484
3. Concordia 513
4. Marian 532
5. WI Lutheran 552
-. MSOE - NS

Sept. 21 @ CUW
1. Edgewood 365
2. Lakeland 509
3. Marian 522
4. WI Lutheran 557
-. Concordia - NS
-. MSOE - NS

Sept. 29 @ EC
Finish of LMC Teams
1. Edgewood 350
3. Lakeland 489
4. Marian 515
    Concordia 515
6. WI Lutheran 518
-.  MSOE - NS
 

EDGEWOOD CAPTURES SECOND STRAIGHT WOMEN'S GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP
HORTONVILLE, Wis. --
The Edgewood College women's golf team captured its second straight Lake Michigan Conference Championship, and third overall at Eagle Creek Golf Club in Hortonville, Wisconsin. The Eagles took a commanding lead after the first day of competition with a score of 375, leading eventual runner-up, Lakeland College, by 157. Though the Muskies took 13 strokes off their second day total, it wasn't enough as the Eagles finished the two-day event at 741. That was 310 strokes better than Lakeland (1051), the biggest margin of victory and lowest two-day total in a LMC Women's Golf Championship.

Marian College rounded out the top three with a 1077 total, and Wisconsin Lutheran College shot a 1093. Concordia University and Milwaukee School of Engineering did not qualify for team scores, due to not fielding a minimum of four golfers in the championship event.

Edgewood junior Taryn Rechlicz (Madison, Wis.) was named LMC Player of the Year for the second consecutive year, and was medalist of the championship with a score of 159 (80-79). Also named to the five-player All-LMC team were Eagle teammates Casey Brandreth (Brighton, Mich.), Nicole Gluzinski (Lindenhurst, Ill.) and Kaitlyn Herzog (Waukesha, Wis.), as well as Amanda Commons (Bonduel, Wis.) of Concordia University. Bobbi Endress of Edgewood was named LMC Coach of the Year, also for the second consecutive year.

--October 3, 2005--  [Championship Results]

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