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Sep 20 15 3:53 PM
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.---The Chattanooga Mocs women's golf team opens the
season Monday at the Mercedes-Benz Championships in Knoxville. Cherokee
Country Club hosts the two-day event that includes 36 holes on day one
followed by a final 18 Tuesday.According to coach Colette Murray, the Mocs are ready to get the season going."We're
excited," Murray stated. "It's a new season, all of our goals and hopes
are out there for us. This can be a very special group."Chattanooga
returns three seniors and two sophomores with two incoming freshmen.
The youth-heavy squad is actually a positive for Murray."I like
it a lot," she added. "We have a good mix of youth and experience.
Sometimes that excitement of something new is just what you need in a
program. I think our younger players are going to have a positive impact
on our season."
FULL ARTICLE: http://gomocs.com/news/2015/9/18/WGLF_0918155646.aspx
Sep 21 15 12:24 AM
Megan Woods wasn't listening to music as she practiced. Headphones were absent.
But she still couldn't hear anything.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga sophomore had her mind set
on her next swing and crisp contact as she worked on wedge shots from
50 yards out.
Woods didn't hear anybody approach. She jumped, startled someone
could break her concentration on a perfect afternoon for golf last week
at the UTC Player Development Complex.
FULL ARTICLE: http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/sports/college/story/2015/sep/21/goals-higher-now-utc-womens-golf-team/326222/
Sep 21 15 9:23 PM
KNOXVILLE, Tenn.---The Chattanooga Mocs women's golf team opened its
season today shooting 589 over 36 holes at the Mercedes-Benz
Championships at Cherokee Country Club. The Mocs tallied 295 in the
morning before completing the day with a 294.Chattanooga is
ninth, four shots ahead of Minnesota (593) in 10th and eight clear of
Maryland (597) in 11th. Illinois is three strokes ahead in eighth."We
got off to a bit of slow start," Murray stated. "I really like how well
we fought back. There are a lot of positives to take from today. There
were a lot of birdies (33 total), but we also had a few big holes that
can be corrected."I saw a lot of promise in the way we competed. We're ready to get back out there tomorrow and play a complete round."Emily McLennan
led the way tying for 13th at 1-over 143. She started with a 72 and
closed with a level-par 71. Her 11 birdies led the field. McLennan
bounced back from a slow start standing +4 through six before playing -3
the rest of the way.
FULL ARTICLE: http://gomocs.com/news/2015/9/21/WGLF_0921154813.aspx
Sep 22 15 7:39 PM
NOTES | RESULTSKNOXVILLE,
Tenn.---The Chattanooga Mocs women's golf team ended the Mercedes-Benz
Championships in 12th at Cherokee Country Club Tuesday. The Mocs shot
319 for a 908 total which was six ahead of Kentucky and 13 clear of
South Dakota State.Freshman Monica San Juan had the low score with a 78. Emily McLennan and Cris Perez added 80s, while Sarah Dolmovich shot 81. Megan Woods posted the drop score with an 83."Not a fun day," coach Colette Murray
succinctly stated. "Scores were higher across the board, but that
doesn't matter. We weren't the same team as yesterday so that stings a
bit. Not the same team at all. Despite today's finish, I saw enough
yesterday to be optimistic."Kind of hard finding positives when
everyone had their bad round together, but we saw yesterday that we are
capable of being the team we know we can be."McLennan had the Mocs'
best total shooting 223 to tie for 34th overall. Perez was three behind
at 226, as Dolmovich and Woods matched each other at 232. San Juan
finished at 235.
FULL ARTICLE: http://gomocs.com/news/2015/9/22/WGLF_0922154732.aspx
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