Women's Golfer of the Week
Georgina Hunt, Toledo, Sr., Eastbourne, United Kingdom/Brockenhurst College
Sophomore Georgina Hunt earned first place medalist honors for the second time in her collegiate career by carding a six-over par 150 (78-72) at the Falcon Invitational. Hunt's play helped Toledo repeat as champions of the event and capture the tournament title for the eighth time since 1996. She was the only individual to shoot an even-par round in the tournament and it was also the best she has shot as Rocket. Hunt registered one eagle and three birdies in the tournament and also tied for the tournament lead with 22 pars.
Additional Nominees for Women's Golfer of the Week
Susy Grunden, Bowling Green, Fr., Krum, Texas
Bowling Green's Susy Grunden finished in a tie for fifth at the Falcon Invitational with a score of 156. The freshman opened with an 80 in nearly freezing temperatures and wind gusts up to 25 miles per hour and finished with a 76 on day two. It was her third top-10 finish this season.
Shamira Marshall, Kent State, So., Macedonia, Ohio/Nordonia
Lady Buckeye Spring Invitational
Marshall earned her first career top 10 finish, tying for sixth place at the Lady Buckeye Spring Invitational. After opening with rounds of 76-82 in blustery conditions Saturday, she closed with a 76 to finish just seven shots out of first place. Marshall's effort helped the Flashes to a fourth-place finish in the 12 team field.
Kim Hunley, Northern Illinois, Aurora, Ill./West Aurora
Kim Hunley finished fourth at the Falcon Invitational. She shot an opening round 78, the second best score on the day. Hunley followed it with a five-over second round score of 77 for a final score of 155. Her placement was her third top-five finish of the season.
Elise Swartout, Western Michigan, Sr. Ann Arbor, Mich./Ann Arbor-Pioneer
Elise Swartout matched her best career finish with her runner up placement at the Falcon Classic, sharing the second spot with Toledo's Marguerite Johnson. Her only other runner up finish was also a tie at the 2009 Indiana Invitational. The senior carded a final round score of 74, marking the lowest score for the Broncos on Sunday. Swartout was one of only five golfers in the field to manage a score in the 70's during an opening round that had winds near 20 mph and gusting up to 35 mph. It was her fifth top-10 finish of the season as well as her second top-five finish.