Central Connecticut senior women's golfer Deborah Kim collected her second career All-Northeast Conference selection, as announced by the league office this afternoon. Kim, who tied for 10th at the NEC Women's Golf Championships this season, was a second team honoree. She shot 80, 81 and a season-low 77 over the three-day conference tournament on the Hershey Links in Hershey, PA.
Central Connecticut ended its season with a dual match victory over St. Francis (NY) at the par 72, 6,107 yard Stanley Golf Course in New Britain, CT. The Blue Devils won, 360-366, behind a medalist performance from senior Deborah Kim. Kim posted an 88 in her final collegiate entry.
Senior Deborah Kim recorded her second career top-10 finish at the Northeast Conference Women's Golf Championships. She shot a final round 77 on the par 72 Hershey Links in Hershey, PA to move up five places on the individual leaderboard. As a team, the Blue Devils maintained their seventh place standing. They shot a final round 335, their lowest score of the event, and finished at 1,028 (340-353-335).
Central Connecticut senior Deborah Kim shot an 81 in day two action at the Northeast Conference Women's Golf Championships on the par 72 Hershey Links in Hershey, PA. With a two-day total of 161, Kim is in 15th place on the individual leaderboard. CCSU maintained its seventh place standing on the team leaderboard. The Blue Devils posted a 353 total and have a two-day 693. Third and final round play will begin tomorrow at 12:30 p.m.
Central Connecticut opened up play at the Northeast Conference Women's Golf Championships with a 340 team total. Senior Deborah Kim paced the Blue Devils with an 80 on the par 72 Hershey Links in Hershey, PA. She is tied for ninth heading into second round play. CCSU sits in seventh place on the 10-team leaderboard. Round two of the three-day event will begin at 8 a.m. tomorrow, Saturday, Apr. 25.
Central Connecticut senior Deborah Kim tied for sixth at the Hartford Spring Invitational. She shot a second-day 83 to post a 165 at the Rockledge Golf Course in West Hartford, CT. As a team, the Blue Devils placed sixth. They shot 361 this afternoon, totaling a 720 over the two rounds.
Senior Deborah Kim shot an 82 to lead Central Connecticut in opening round play at the Hartford Spring Invitational on the par 72 Rockledge Golf Course in West Hartford, CT. Kim is in sixth place on the individual leaderboard. As a team, the Blue Devils posted a 359 total. They are in sixth place.
Senior Deborah Kim led Central Connecticut with an 83 in the CCSU Tri-Match at the par 71 Wethersfield Country Club. The Blue Devils hosted Sacred Heart and Fairfield in the one-day, 18-hole event. Sacred Heart won the team title with a 332 total.
Central Connecticut's tri-match with Hartford and Boston University at Wethersfield Country Club was stopped less than nine holes in due to poor weather conditions. The Blue Devils are scheduled to host another tri-match at Wethersfield CC next Saturday, Apr. 18. They will welcome Fairfield and Sacred Heart for the 18-hole event.
Central Connecticut concluded play at the Mount St. Mary's Spring Invitational with 18 holes today on the par 72 Quail Valley Golf Course in Littlestown, PA. The Blue Devils finished ninth in their first action of the spring season. Senior Deborah Kim shot a final round 82 to earn a 15th place finish on the individual leaderboard.
Senior Deborah Kim shot 80-83 to pace Central Connecticut at the Mount St. Mary's Invitational. The Blue Devils opened their spring season with 36 holes on the par 72 Quail Valley Golf Course in Littlestown, PA. CCSU is currently in ninth place on the team leaderboard. Play will finish with 18 holes tomorrow.
Central Connecticut's women's golf team was slotted fifth in the Northeast Conference Preseason Coaches' Poll released this afternoon. The Blue Devils, who finished tied for fourth at last season's NEC Championships, will be led this spring by senior captain Deborah Kim. Kim averaged an 83.3 over eight rounds this past fall after a 22nd place showing in last season's league championship.
Central Connecticut shot 28 strokes better in final round action at the Sacred Heart Fall Classic, helping the Blue Devils jump up to seventh place in the team standings. The Blue Devils shot a second-day 357 for a 742 total. Junior Lucie Sarochova shot her second straight 83 on the Great River Golf Course in Milford, CT. She finished 12th to lead CCSU. Senior Deborah Kim, who opened with a 91, also shot a final round 83 for the Blue Devils. She placed 23rd in the 51-player field. Sacred Heart (318-321) won the team title behind three top-five performances. Freshman Carly Bergin vaulted past senior teammate Joanne Martorana to earn medalist honors. Bergin shot 79-75, while Martorana finished third after carding rounds of 76 and 82.
Playing in their final tournament of the fall season, Central Connecticut sits in eighth place following first round play at the Sacred Heart Fall Classic. Junior Lucie Sarochova shot an 83 on the par 72 Great River Golf Course in Milford, CT to lead CCSU. She is tied for ninth in the 51-player field. As a team, the Blue Devils shot 385. The host Pioneers have a 12-stroke lead over Brown after posting a 318 team total. Sacred Heart senior Joanne Martorana is in the lead after shooting 76. She is one of three Pioneer golfers in the top five.
Led by junior Lucie Sarochova and senior Deborah Kim, Central Connecticut finished 13th at the Rutgers Women's Invitational. Sarochova shot a final round 80 on the par 72 Rutgers Golf Course to post a two-day 164 and finish a shot in front of Kim. Kim shot 83-82 for the Blue Devils, who carded team totals of 344 and 343. Boston College collected the team title with rounds of 319 and 310. Lehigh, which held the day one lead, finished second after shooting 317-316. Junior Livia Smado highlighted the Mountain Hawk second place effort with medalist honors. She shot 74-73.
Central Connecticut senior Deborah Kim shot a team-best 83 in day one action at the Rutgers Women's Invitational. Kim shot 42-41 on the par 72, 6,074 yard Rutgers Golf Course. She is tied for 28th. As a team, the Blue Devils at in 14th place after posting a 344. Lehigh leads a tightly bunched top four with a 317. Final round play begins tomorrow at 9 a.m.
Central Connecticut junior Lucie Sarochova claimed her second consecutive spot on the Northeast Conference weekly honor roll. Sarochova earned her second golfer of the week accolade this fall after tying for third at the Mount Holyoke Invitational on Sept. 20-21. She shot rounds of 76-83 (159), and held the day-one lead after posting what proved to be the third-lowest score at the Orchards Golf Club in Hadley, MA.
Central Connecticut shot matching 347s to finish in seventh place at the Mount Holyoke Invitational. Junior Lucie Sarochova tied for third on the individual leaderboard to pace the Blue Devils at the Orchards Golf Club in Hadley, MA. She lost her day one lead after carding a final round 83. Amherst held off the hosts for the team title, while Middlebury sophomore Courtney Mazzei earned medalist honors by a three stroke margin over Wellesley sophomore Kimberly Eaton.
Central Connecticut junior Lucie Sarochova holds a two stroke lead following opening round play at the Mount Holyoke Invitational. Sarochova shot 76 on the par 72 Orchards Golf Club in Hadley, MA. As a team, the Blue Devils are tied for sixth in the 13-team field. They posted an opening round team score of 347. Amherst leads after shooting 328. Final round play begins tomorrow morning.
Central Connecticut junior Lucie Sarochova earned her fifth career Northeast Conference Golfer of the Week honor after posting a pair of 77s to lead the Blue Devils at the Dartmouth Women's Invitational over the weekend. Sarochova, the 2007-08 NEC individual champion, finished tied for sixth at Dartmouth. She was the top Northeast Conference finisher at the event.
Central Connecticut junior Lucie Sarochova tied for sixth at the Dartmouth Women's Invitational. Sarochova matched her opening round 77 in final round play at Hanover Country Club. Her pair of 77s were six shots off the pace set by Siena sophomore Katelynn Mannix and Harvard freshman Christine Cho. Mannix won medalist honors in a playoff. The Blue Devils finished 15th in the team standings. They posted rounds of 348 and 340. Harvard won the team title after shooting 314-302.
Central Connecticut junior Lucie Sarochova shot a 77 and is tied for seventh following opening round play at the Dartmouth Women's Invitational. In CCSU's first fall competition, Sarochova shot 40-37 at the par-72, 5,803-yard Hanover Country Club. As a team, the Blue Devils are 14th out of 17 schools. Final round action gets underway tomorrow morning. Tee times begin at 8 a.m.