Women's Golf Falls One Spot Short Of Nationals

Isadora Stapff shot par-par on a two-hole playoff to advance to the national tournament. Photo by Joel Auerbach.
SALISBURY, N.C.—The Barry women’s golf team fell one place shy of advancing to the NCAA Division II National Tournament, but junior Isadora Stapff survived a two-hole playoff to become the third Buccaneer to advance as an individual on Tuesday.
The Bucs, who entered the day tied with Rollins for the third and final position, shot a 313, while the Tars fired a 291 to advance.
Top-ranked Nova Southeastern won the tournament with an 890 (304-302-284), while fourth-ranked Florida Southern finished nine strokes back at 899 (304-303-292).
Rollins’ Joanna Coe claimed the individual medal with a -1 (72-71-69—212).
Four players tied at 226 (13-over-par) and it took two holes to decide the three to advance. All four pared the opening hole then Newberry’s Maria Luz Besio claimed her spot with a birdie on the second hole. Carley Warrington, of Belmont Abbey, was able to get up and down for a par, while Barry’s Isadora Stapff two-putted for her par to advance. Barry's Lizzi Over hit a fairway bunker off the tee and missed a par putt eliminating her.
Stapff joins RemiJin Camping (2005) and Johanna Stewart (2008) as the only Buccaneers to advance to the nationals as individuals. The team finished second in 2002 in their only trip to the finals.
The national tournament is May 12-15 at Longbow Golf Club in Mesa, Ariz.
Women's Golf Tied For Third After Two Rounds At Regional
SALISBURY, N.C.— The Barry University women’s golf team combined for a team-total 305 in the second round of the NCAA Division II Women’s Super Region Two tournament on Monday afternoon. The 305 was a stroke better than Rollins and moves the Bucs into a tie with the Tars for third place overall.
Isadora Stapff continues to lead the way for the Bucs having fired a 74 in the second round of play. Stapff is currently in fifth place with a three-over 148 (74-74) total in two rounds of play. Stapff moved up two places from number seven.
Lizzi Over fired  a second-round 77, one more than her first round 76. She is currently tied for 11th overall with a 153. Over started the day tied for 13th overall.
For the remaining Bucs, Cristina Coll is tied for 14th with a twelve-over 154 (77-77). Anna Haglind is tied for 23rd with a 159 (82-77) and Trish Gibbens is in 47th with a 172 (90-82).
The squad returns to action tomorrow to play in the final round of the regional. The top three teams advance to the NCAA Divisional II National Championship. For more information on the tournament or to follow the live stats, click here.
SAILSBURY, N.C.— The Barry University women’s golf team fired a combined 309 to situate themselves in fourth place after the first round of play at the NCAA Division II Women’s Super Region Two tournament on Sunday afternoon. The Bucs trail four SSC teams; Nova and Florida Southern are tied for first, each with a 304, while Rollins is in third, only a stroke ahead of the Bucs with a 308.
For the Buccaneers, Isadora Stapff led the way firing a three-over 74. Lizzi Over finished tied for 13th with a 76, while Cristina Coll was a stroke off Over with a 77. Anna Haglind posted an 82 for the Bucs, while Trish Gibbens rounded out the Buccaneers with a 90.
The Super Region Two tournament features schools from Division II’s South and Southeast regions. Teams competing include six teams from the SSC, two schools from the  Peach Belt Conference, Flagler and University of Montevallo, four schools from the  South Atlantic Conference, Carson Newman, Catawba, Newberry and Wingate, and Belmont Abbey from Conference Carolinas.
The women return to action tomorrow to compete in the final two rounds of play. The top three teams advance to the NCAA Divisional II National Championship. For more information on the tournament or to follow the livestats, click here.

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