Elizabeth Parsons and her Wagner Women's Golf teammates earned a seventh place finish at the Brown Bear Invitational, completing play on Monday with a 36-hole 613 at the Ledgemont Country Club.
Seton Hall with a score of 569 captured the team title by 34 shots over second place St. John's who scored 603.
Parsons started the day T47th on the Individual Leaderboard and when she came off she was T46th.
Parsons shot a 9-over par 80 Second Round for a 36 hole combined score of 19-over par 161.
Parsons had 12 Pars, 4 Bogey’s, 1 Double Bogey and 1 Triple Bogey.
Elizabeth Parsons Brown Bear Invitational Second Round Scorecard
1 - 5 - Par 2 - 4 - Par 3 - 4 - Double Bogey 4 - 3 - Par 5 - 4 - Bogey 6 - 3 - Par 7 - 5 - Par 8 - 4 - Bogey 9 - 4 - Par Parsons made the Turn +4 10 - 4 - Par 11 - 5 - Bogey 12 - 3 - Bogey 13 - 4 - Par 14 - 4 - Triple Bogey 15 - 3 - Par 16 - 4 - Par 17 - 4 - Par 18 - 4 - Par Parsons concluded her Second Round +9
Monday, October 16, 2017
Burgess To Begin College Career
National team player Kieron Burgess officially starts his collegiate career on October 20th as his Medicine Hat Rattlers compete against St. Mary's University (Alberta)
Medicine Hat College is a member of the Alberta Collegiate Athletic Conference (ACAC) They finished the 2016/17 season 1st in their Division and second overall in the ACAC with a record of 18-3, losing 2 home games and 1 away game. They were also Bronze medal winners in last year's end-of-season ACAC Men's Basketball Championship.
Last season, Medicine Hat College averaged 89.4 points/game. They shot 48.7% from the field and 39.1% from 3-point range. The BBA wishes Kieron every success at the next level of his basketball career.
Sunday, October 15, 2017
Parsons T47th in Brown Bear Invitational
Elizabeth Parsons and her Wagner College Women’s Golf teammates are competing in the Brown Bear Invitational.
Parsons and her teammates are 8th in the 12 team tournament.
Parsons shot a 10-over par 81 to end the First Round T47th.
Parsons had 1 Birdie, 10 Pars, 4 Bogey’s, 2 Double Bogey’s and 1 Triple Bogey.
Parsons’ struggled on the Back Nine where she went 9-over.
Elizabeth Parsons Brown Bear Invitational First Round Scorecard
1 - 5 - Par 2 - 4 - Par 3 - 4 - Par 4 - 3 - Birdie 5 - 4 - Par 6 - 3 - Bogey 7 - 5 - Par 8 - 4 - Bogey 9 - 4 - Par Parsons made the Turn +1 10 - 4 - Par 11 - 5 - Bogey 12 - 3 - Double Bogey 13 - 4 - Triple Bogey 14 - 4 - Double Bogey 15 - 3 - Par 16 - 4 - Par 17 - 4 - Bogey 18 - 4 - Par Parsons concluded her First Round +10
Wednesday, October 04, 2017
Ocean View to Welcome Clearview for Golf
A team of 18 golfers from the historic Clearview Golf Course in Ohio, led by former LPGA and current PGA teaching pro at Clearview Golf Course in Ohio Dr. Renee Powell, will travel to Bermuda to play local golfers at a two-day tournament at Ocean View Golf Club.
Bermuda Tourism Authority Chief Product & Experience Officer Pat Phillip-Fairn said, “Today we’re happy to pay tribute to the way golf is an indelible part of Bermuda’s heritage and to acknowledge how golf tourism is an important part of the Bermuda Tourism Authority’s shoulder season strategy.”
In a Press Conference with Cheryl Lynne Thompson, President of Ocean View Golf Club, and Dr Powell on the phone, Phillip Fairn continued, The BTA is looking forward to welcoming the golfers.
Monday, September 25, 2017
Parsons finishes 87th in Boston College Collegiate
Elizabeth Parson’s Wagner College Women’s Golf teammate Junior Pascalle Tego improved her score in each round she played at the Boston College Collegiate, capping her performance with a one-over par Final Round, which earned her a 17th finish in the 54-hole event held at the Blue Hill Country Club.
During the 36-hole Opening Day of the event, Tego shot a 79 before shaving off three strokes in round two, coming in with a 76. Her 73 today gave her a three-round score of 228 and allow her to pass 16 players as she was in a tie for 33rd position after 36 holes. Also, her T-17th showing was better than 70 other competitors in the 87-person field.
Freshman Elise Keane and senior Kyra Alexander came in with matching three-day totals of 241 which put them in a tie for 57th-place, while freshman Georgia Naples and sophomore Parsons rounded out the Wagner College lineup in 81st and 87th respectively.
In the team standings, Wagner finished in 15th place. The University of Richmond, paced by medalist Elsa Diaz who shot a one-over par, three-round total of 217, won the team event while host Boston College and Georgetown finished in second and third-place, respectively.