MAC Women's Co-Golfers of the Week

Updated 4/21/2011
MAC Women's Co-Golfers of the Week
Mandi Morrow, Kent State
Junior, Kent, Ohio (Roosevelt)
Lady Buckeye Spring Invitational, Par 72
78-75-75 (228, 3rd)
On a day highlighted by 30-plus MPH wind gusts, Kent State's Mandi Morrow turned in a three-over 75 Sunday in the final round of the Lady Buckeye Classic -- the day's best round by two strokes. With that effort, Morrow moved up to third place individually, just two strokes off her first tournament win. Morrow and Kent State competed against five top-50 golf teams at the Lady Buckeye Invite, while the junior golfer finished ahead of nine top-100 individual golfers in the 75-golfer field.

Britney Hamilton, Western Michigan
Senior, Lake Orion, Mich. (Lake Orion)
BGSU Falcon Invitational, Par 72
74 (1st)
Britney Hamilton earned medalist honors for the first win of her collegiate career. Hamilton, who shot a 2-over par 74 during Saturday's first round, becomes the sixth different Bronco to earn medalist in a tournament in program history and the first since former teammate Laura Bavaird in the 2007 Nittany Lion Women's Invitational. Her opening round 74 was amidst severe winds and rainy conditions and was one of only five rounds shot in the 70's among the entire field.

Additional Nominees:
Hanna Ek, Akron
Junior, Falun, Sweden (Falu Frigymnasium)
BGSU Falcon Invitational, Par 72
77 (3rd)
Junior Hanna Ek finished in third place at the weather-shortened BGSU Falcon Invitational. Battling a strong wind and cold temperatures, Ek carded a round of 5-over 77 to end the first round in third place on Saturday. She was unable to contend for the individual title on Sunday as play was halted during the final round due to the unplayable conditions of the course caused by strong winds.

Jordan Fesh, Ohio
Senior, Toledo, Ohio (St. Ursula Academy)
BGSU Falcon Invitational, Par 72
79 (5th)
Jordan Fesh finished in fifth place and Erin Cahill tied for 11th after play was halted at the BGSU Falcon Invitational from Stone Ridge Golf Club. The Ohio women's golf team finished in seventh place. Fesh earned her best finish of the spring after shooting a 79 (+7) and sits in fifth place, five shots off the lead. Fesh was the best player in the tournament on the 10 par-4's, shooting a +2 on the day and keeping her near the top of the leaderboard. Teammate Erin Cahill tied for 11th after shooting a first-round 82 (+10). She and Megan Weaver each shot +1 on the four par-3's in the tournament.