STATE COLLEGE, PA. – second graders Ana Sarrias Pro (Cádiz, Spain) scored an even par of 72 to propel the Seton Hall women’s golf team to a 13 in the final round of the Nittany Lion Invitationalth Finish place on Sunday.
Sarria’s pro had four birdies and par 10 en route to a straight par, 72, in round three to hit 36th place overall. For the tournament, she was 11-over par with 79-76-72-227.
As a team, Seton Hall hit a 22-over par, 310 on Sunday. The Pirates finished their second tournament of the year with 52-over par, 305-301-310-916. Host Penn State walked away with the team title at 3-under par. Seton Hall’s only BIG EAST competitor, Butler, finished seventh with 35 over par.
graduate student Sarah Fouratt (Santa Maria, California) was the best individual pirate of the tournament. On Sunday, she used par 14 to score a 4-over-par, 76. For the tournament, she scored 32 tiesnd Place overall, 10-over-par, 79-71-76-226.
student in the first year Ashni Solanki (Melbourne, Australia) rounded out her second collegiate tournament with a 9-over-par, 81, in round three. In the two-day event, she was 17 over par with 75-77-81-233.
Junior Ginevra Zavagli (Rome, Italy) had a 9-over par in round three, 81. For the tournament, she was 21-over par with 73-83-81-237.
Senior Ludovica Busetto (Padua, Italy) hit a 13-over par, 85, on Sunday. In the two-day event, she was 24-over par with 78-77-85-240.
Two Pirates played as individuals in their first collegiate tournaments. Anne-Sofie Ekman (Copenhagen, Denmark) ended with a 27-over-par, 84-80-79-243. Lara Todorovic (Belgrade, Serbia) turned the best round of her young career, a 6-over par, 78. She is 31-over par with 85-84-78-247.
NITTANY LION INVITATION
Host: Penn State University
Location: State College, Pa.
Course: Penn State Golf Courses (Blue Course)
Course Vitals: Par 72, 6,402 yards
Events: 17-18 September 2022, three rounds
Nestled deep in the rolling hills of central Pennsylvania, another world of golf excitement awaits! A place where carefully designed golf courses are in harmony with the natural beauty of the surroundings. A place that drives you to take part in the challenges of the game you love. Penn State Golf Courses is ready to bring you the best the game has to offer. Take a trip up our tree-lined driveway and experience the best in class facilities and personalized service. Since 2012, we’ve also offered an award-winning driving range with the Golf Range Association of America, featuring four practice putting greens, a bunker area and 32 man-made driving ranges with numerous targets on the range.
The relaxing atmosphere continues right next to the greens and in the Walker Clubhouse. At this 6,000 square foot facility you will find a complete golf shop stocked with the latest quality golf equipment and supplies. Let our golf professionals share their expertise and answer all your questions. Next to the golf shop is The Nineteenth Hole café. This snack area offers a variety of foods and snacks for a quick bite or a leisurely meal. The cafe’s open plan dining area overlooks the golf courses and provides the perfect complement to a round of golf.
In addition to Seton Hall and host Penn State, the field consisted of 14 other teams including: Boston College, Bradley, Bucknell, Central Michigan, Columbia, Eastern Kentucky, High Point, Kennesaw State, Navy, Richmond, Toledo, Towson and Youngstown State. Also in the field is BIG EAST opponent Butler.
Seton Hall will return to tournament play next weekend when it plays three rounds of golf in the Princeton Invitational at Springdale Golf Club on September 24-25.
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