Women's Golf Finishes 12th At NCAA South Super Regional

Women's Golf Finishes 12th At NCAA South Super Regional

COLUMBIA, S.C. - The Armstrong State University women's golf team wrapped up action at the 2017 NCAA Division II South Super Regional on Wednesday with a final-round 312, finishing 12th at The Members Club at Woodcreek in Columbia, S.C. 

The Pirates finished the three-round event with a 962 total. The 312 shot by the Pirates was their best round of the event after carding rounds of 326 and 324 over the first two days.

Barry (918) went wire-to-wire to capture the region title and advance to the NCAA Division II National Championships next week. Rollins (923) earned the second qualifying spot, while Nova Southeastern (928) and Lee (928) tied for the third spot, which Lee won in a team playoff.

Junior Nikita Arjun carded a two-over-par 74 to lead the Pirates individually on Wednesday, finishing tied for 39th with a 238 total. Junior Sophie Bargeron shot an 81 on Wednesday, while freshman Eva Martinez Calavia shot a 78 as both players tied for 44th individually in the tournament with 240 totals.

Freshman Megan Sabol shot a final-round 79 to finish 59th individually with a 247 total, while sophomore Bailey Buie shot an 84 to finish in 63rd place with a 251 total.

The tournament wraps up the 12-year history of Armstrong State women's golf. The Pirates earned four NCAA Championships berths and sent two players - Jenna Birch (2012) and Kristen Sammarco (2013) - to the NCAA DII National Championships as individual qualifiers.