Fall 2011 Issue


Golf

The sixth-ranked Barry University men's golf team fired a one-under 287 in the third round of the NCAA Division II Golf Championship but it was not enough to make the eight-team cut to determine the national champion. The Buccaneers finished the tournament in ninth place with an 899 (312-300-287).

The Bucs were led by sophomore Marcus Segerstrom in the third round. Segerstrom fired a five-under 67 in the third to finish the tournament tied for 21st place with a 221 (79-75-67). His third-round 67 was tied for the lowest round of the tournament and ties a Barry record for third lowest round all time. Junior Daniel Stapff and senior Chris Carlin each fired a par 72 in the third round. Stapff finished as the top Buccaneer in the tournament. He was tied for 16th overall with a 220 (72-76-72). Carlin finished third best for the Bucs behind Stapff and Segerstrom. He was tied for 54th with a 229 (80-77-72). Senior Guillermo Pumarol posted a 76 (+4) in the third round. Pumarol ended the tournament tied for 60th place with a 230 (82-72-76). Freshman Marcelo Huarte rounded out the Buccaneer finishers. Huarte was a stroke behind Pumarol in the third round with a five-over 77. He finished tied for 97th place with a 242 (81-84-77).

The women's golf team finished seventh at the Sunshine State Conference Golf Championship in Boca Raton after firing a 347-324-330−1001. Freshman Sophie Weilguni paced the Bucs, tying for 19th overall, shooting three-over-par on the final round to finish 80-83-75−238. Junior Lizzi Over was three strokes back in 22nd place at 82-77-82−241. Sophomore Taylor Babcock (91-81-81−253), junior Anne Fourdraine (94-83-92−269) and freshman Lucia Garcia (98-92-97−275) rounded out the team score.

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