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.
After shooting 90 yesterday, sophomore Chelsea Woods shot 91 to finish 26th for CCSU. Junior Natalie Jones tied for 27th with rounds of 91 and 92. Freshman Kelly Cusson concluded her first two-round collegiate appearance with a 95, shaving one stroke off her opening round score. Senior Kerri Tracy also shot a second round 95 for Central Connecticut. She improved by four strokes. Junior Lisa McCormick and sophomore Jennie Dyson competed as individuals for CCSU. McCormick shot 97-101, while Dyson posted a 106-107.
Albany held off a second-day rally by Fairfield to win the team title. After a 337 total yesterday, Fairfield posted a tournament-low 322 today. Albany, meanwhile, carded a 325 team total to win the overall title by two strokes. Great Dane freshman Annemarie Kissane overtook sophomore teammate Corrin Conroy to earn medalist honors. Kissane, who shot 79 and was one stroke off the pace yesterday, carded a final round 80. Conroy dropped into a tie for third after shooting a final round 83. Fairfield sophomore Christina DeStefano tied Kissane at 159, but lost on the fourth hole of a sudden death playoff.
Central Connecticut will compete in the Northeast Conference Championships this weekend. The Hershey Links in Hershey, PA will host the three-day event, which begins on Friday, Apr. 24.