After two days of above-average scores at Bryan Park golf course the Bridgewater women's golf team was very unlikely to move up from their third place standing, but they nonetheless finished with their best round of the 2018-19 season.
Coming off her first collegiate medal and recognition as ODAC Player of the Week at Shenandoah, junior Jesse Bartley once again led the Eagles on Sunday, shooting 85 on the opening day of the ODAC Championship.
The Shenandoah Invitational was shortened to a 27-hole, one-day event on Saturday and the Bridgewater women's golf team, led by junior Jesse Bartley, finished sixteen strokes ahead of their hosts to win for the fourth time in the 2018-19 season.
The Bridgewater women's golf team played the first round of the Marlins Invitational at Beechwood Country Club on Saturday, and the Eagles opened a seven-stroke lead as they pursue their third victory of the 2018-19 season.
After opening the Jekyll Island Collegiate tournament on Friday with their highest team score in the 2018-19 season, the Bridgewater women's golf team bounced back on Saturday, shaving 16 strokes to post a team score of 344.
There are very few tournaments the Bridgewater women's golf team has played every year since the program started with a partial squad in 2012, but one tournament they have never missed is the Jekyll Island Collegiate.
The Bridgewater College women's golf team finished fifth at the Pfeiffer Invitational, jumping Drew University. On a day when most team scores went up, the Eagles managed to shave three shots from the first round.
After being postponed twice due to hurricanes, the Knights Invitational was played on Thursday at Vista Links Golf Course and the Bridgewater women's golf team overcame some challenges to claim their first victory of the 2018-19 season.
On the strength of a career round by senior Amanda Kelley, the Eagles shaved 18 strokes from their first round score to finish in fifth place in a field of 12 D-II teams at the Glade Springs Intercollegiate.
Bridgewater women's golf opened its 2018-19 season at the Glade Springs Intercollegiate Golf Championship on Monday. The Eagles posted a team score of 352 which put them in fifth place among thirteen teams, all of whom are D-II teams other than Bridgewater.