ELGIN, S.C. – The UWG women's golf season came to a close on Wednesday as the Wolves shot a final round 309 to post a 54-hole team score of 936 in the NCAA South Super Regional at The Member's Club at Woodcreek in Elgin, S.C.
The Wolves finished tied for seventh in their first NCAA Postseason appearance in school history. "We played our best overall round today, but could not really get going on the back nine and it was a rough finish for everyone," said head coach Barry Harwell. "I think we did ok for our first NCAA Regional and I wish the team the best next season."
Taylor Sarratt and Jordan Daniel each shot the low round of the day for the Wolves with a 76. Jordan Daniel got off to a red-hot start as she opened the third round with three birdies on her first five holes. Daniel was just two-over coming into the final hole but made a double-bogey on the 18th. Daniel finished in a tie for 25th place.
Sarratt got off to a rough start before three birdies in four holes got her back to even par through 10 holes. Sarratt was two-over with two holes to play, but a double bogey on 17 dropped her to four-over. Sarratt finished tied for 46th.
Franziska Bremm was the highest finisher for the Wolves as the sophomore finished tied for 14th, but it was a disappointing final round 80 for Bremm who began the day in the top-five.
It was a 31st place finish for Maria Torres who shot a 77 in the final round. On the front nine, Torres had a birdie and two bogeys to make the turn at one over, before making four bogeys on the back side.
In her final career round, Lola Uribe shot an 80 to finish in a 48th place tie. Uribe struggled early and was unable to overcome two double-bogeys on her opening five holes.