Women's Golf Breaks Record, Devore Paces Field on Day 1 at Charleston

Women's Golf Breaks Record, Devore Paces Field on Day 1 at Charleston

CHARLESTON, West Va. - In the first round of the 2022-23 season, the Ohio Dominican women's golf team went out and broke the program best for a team 18-hole round on Monday (Sept. 12) at the Golden Eagle Invitational at Edgewood Country Club. 

The Panthers totaled 306, breaking the previous mark of 307, set April 8, 2019 at the NC4K Classic at Jefferson Country Club. Ohio Dominican leads the field of ten teams by three strokes after day one. 

Freshman Sydney Devore (New Philadelphia, Ohio) paced the field with a even-par-72 on Monday with five birdies on the day. 

Freshman Caroline Tragesser (Murrysville, Pa.) finished in a sixth-place tie with a 76 while senior Alyssa Newsom (Granville, Ohio) shot 78 to tie for ninth place. Junior Abbey Dillon (Bolivar, Ohio) and sophomore Sarah Anderson (Ashland, Ohio) were knotted at 79 to share 13th place after 18 holes. 

As an individual, sophomore Ana Reed (Denton, Texas) totaled 84 to sit in 28th place after the first day. 

The team led in par-3 and par-5 scoring, while sitting second in the par-4's. As a group, the Panthers had 12 birdies, five more than the second most for the round. 

The second round of the Golden Eagle Invitational begins at 8:00 AM on Tuesday (Sept. 13). 

Contact: Tyler Stotsky

stotskyt@ohiodominican.edu