MAC Announces Women's Tri-Golfers of the Week

Updated 10/29/2009
Tri-Golfers of the Week
Kristen Hill, Akron, So., Weston, Fla. / Cypress Bay
Ross Resorts Invitational
74-76-75 (225)

Sophomore Kristen Hill (74-76-75) fired 225 strokes to capture a share of fourth place at the Ross Resorts Invitational in Southern Pines, N.C. earlier this week. It marked her fourth straight top-five finish (in five events) this fall.

Darby Peters, Eastern Michigan, Jr., Lake Orion, Mich.-Lake Orion
Ross Resorts Invitational
74-73-78 (225)

Junior Darby Peters (Lake Orion, Mich.-Lake Orion) led the way for the Eagles, firing a nine-over par 225 (74-73-78) to finish tied for fourth place. The top 5 showing was Peter's third of the fall and marked her sixth career top five finish and 11th career top 10 showing.

Mandi Morrow, Kent State, So., Kent, Ohio/Roosevelt
Mercedes-Benz Women's Collegiate Championship
71-74-78 (223)

Morrow led the Flashes to their best showing of the fall as Kent State finished fourth at the prestigious Mercedes-Benz Women's Collegiate Championship in Knoxville. She opened with a career-low round of one-under, 71 en route to her best finish ever in a regular season event. Morrow's performance helped the Flashes finish ahead of eight higher-ranked teams, including No. 7 LSU and No. 9 Ohio State.

Additional Nominees
Katie Windlan, Ball State, So., Anderson, Ind./Anderson Highland
Iowa Hawkeye Invitational
82-75-76 (233)

Katie Windlan tied for 13th at the Iowa Hawkeye Intercollegiate with an 82-75-76=233. The tie for 13th was the best finish for a Ball State individual and was Windlan's best finish of the season.

Lauren Glew, Bowling Green, Jr., Gibsonia, PA (Mars Area)
University of Dayton Fall Invitational
81-79 (180)

Glew's 180 was her best 36-hole score of the 2009-10 season to date, and her 9th place finish marked her first top-ten of the season.

Megan Weaver, Ohio, Canton, Ohio/Perry
Dayton Fall Invitational
76-78 (154)

Weaver was the highest MAC finisher at this week's Dayton Fall Invitational, falling in a playoff to Cincinnati's Kate Moore. She helped power the Bobcats to a T-4th finish in this week's tournament.