Two players are in the top-10 and the Chapman University women’s golf team is in third after the first round of the SCIAC Championships. Senior Emily Lewis paced the Panthers with freshman Kristen Lee not far behind.
The regular season comes to a close as the Chapman University women’s golf team tees it up for three more rounds at the SCIAC Championships on April 18-20. The championship tournament moves to Brookside Golf Club in Pasadena, Calif. for 2019.
The Chapman University women’s golf team took fifth place at SCIAC #2, led by a top-10 finish from senior Emily Lewis. The Panthers were one of three teams to shoot a 307 on day two of the tournament to move up one spot in the team standings.
Senior Emily Lewis became the first Chapman women’s golfer to finish a round under par to lead the Chapman University women’s golf team at the Bulldog Classic. Lewis was one-under par in her first round and finished the tournament in a tie for seventh place individually. As a team, the Panthers took fifth of 12 teams at the two-round tournament, finishing 27-over par with a 623.
In just its third season in program history, the Chapman University women’s golf team returns to the links after taking second place at the SCIAC Championships to finish the 2018 season. Returning to the squad to lead the Panthers to another Championship is senior and All-SCIAC First Teamer Emily Lewis.
The Chapman University women’s golf team took first place overall at the Marymount Fall Invite last week with a team score of 640 (+64). Senior Emily Lewis led the way with a first place finish at the two-round match.
VENTURA, Calif. – The Chapman University women’s golf team opened up their Fall 2018 season at the California State Intercollegiate Tournament that featured 12 different teams. The Panthers took ninth place with a team score of 634 (+58) over the two-round tournament.