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.
In addition to the second round 83s fired by Sarochova and Kim, sophomore Chelsea Woods shaved 11 strokes off her opening round score. After shooting 98 yesterday, Woods posted an 87 to close out the tournament. Junior Lisa McCormick (113-105) and sophomore Jennie Dyson (115-104) rounded out the Blue Devil field.
Sacred Heart defeated Brown (330-325) by 16 shots, with Boston University, Dartmouth and Hartford rounding out the top five on the team leaderboard.
Central Connecticut's fall season is now complete.