Spring break shootout begins Monday for women’s golf

FORT MYERS, Florida. – The FGCU Women’s Golf Team returns to action Monday and Tuesday, March 14-15 at the Spring Break Shootout at Lake Jovita Golf and Country Club.

The Eagles will serve as co-hosts of the event alongside Western Kentucky with a total of 15 teams on the field. Live scores will be available via www.GolfStats.com.

Laura Edmonds leads FGCU with an average of 72.72 over six tournaments. She had six rounds this year at par or better with a pair of second places.

Anouk Casty and Haley Yerxa posted rating averages of 75.80 and 74.00 over the year. Yerxa has a win on the season with a third-place finish.

Also on the program Posie Farrelly and Sophie Warren. Josephine Bertelsen and Molly Murray will participate as individuals in the tournament.

Spring Break Shootout – March 13-15
Dade City, Florida – Lake Jovita Golf and Country Club

FGCU range:

1 – Laura Edmonds

2 – Anouk Casty

3 – Haley Yerxa

4 – Posie Farrelly

5 – Sophie Warren

Individual – JoJo Bertelsen
Individual – Molly Murray

Tournament ground:

#184 Akron
#183 Albany
#223 Ball Condition
Daytona State
#125 FGCU
#199 Loyola
#166 Morehead State
#207 Oakland
#236 Ohio
Seminole State
#182 Saint John
#194 Toledo
#158 Troy
#121 Western Kentucky

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