WOMEN'S GOLF: Win Fourth Consecutive TranSouth
OLD HICKORY, Tenn. – The Twelfth Annual TranSouth Athletic Conference Women’s Golf Championships produces a fourth consecutive title for the Trevecca women’s Golf team. Trevecca is in just its eighth season of women’s golf.
For the first time in three years the conference Medalist honor and player of the year award goes to a team other than Trevecca. Leslie Garside of Lambuth was the tournament’s winner. Trevecca did place three golfers on the all-conference team including Brook Dillehay who finished second in the tournament.
Trevecca’s team score was (354-352) 706 and were followed by Bethel College at (374-377) 751, Lyon College (399-399) 798, and Martin Methodist (434-405) 839. Trevecca, is in just its eighth season of women’s golf, has won the conference title four years in a row.
Garside posted a score of (85-80) 165 and was joined on the All-TranSouth team by Trevecca’s Brooke Dillehay (86-88) 174, Alyssa Moe (89-87) 176, and Betsy Beaver (89-88) 177. Emily Muse of Bethel and Lyndi Brown of Martin Methodist rounded out the all-conference team with identical scores of (90-88) 178. Muse was the low freshman to nab the Freshman of the Year honors.
Trevecca’s Michael Johnson was named the TranSouth Coach of the Year for the fourth consecutive season.
The General’s Retreat Course at the Hermitage Golf Course in Old Hickory, Tenn. played host and the 5,850 yard course played to a par of 72. There were four teams and a total of 18 golfers competing.
All teams qualify for the NAIA Region XI tournament in two weeks. Campbellsville University will host the region on May 1-2 at Maywood Country Club in Bardstown, Ky.