After a final round 282, the Old Dominion women's golf team finished in sixth place at the Moon Golf Invitational held at Duran Golf Club. ODU was led by freshman Leah Onosato, who shot a third round 69 (-3) on Tuesday afternoon. The Monarchs went 15 strokes better in the final round than their second round score.
After 36 holes of competition, the Old Dominion women's golf team is in eighth place at the Moon Golf Invitational hosted by Louisville. The Monarchs posted a 284 (-4) team score in the first round and 297 (+9) in the second round on the 6262-yard course.
The Old Dominion women's golf team is set to compete in the Moon Golf Invitational hosted by Louisville on Feb. 18 and 19 at the Duran Golf Club. Live scoring will be on Golfstat.
The Old Dominion women's golf team finished in fourth place at the UCF Challenge after a third round seven-under 281. As a team, the Monarchs went 11-under on the par 72, 6349 yard course through the three day tournament. ODU finished ahead of seven top-50 ranked squads in their spring opening tournament.
The Old Dominion women's golf team jumped up four spots to eighth place after posting a 284 second round at the UCF Challenge. Abigail Portyata led the Monarchs with a two-under 70. ODU is ahead of four top-50 ranked teams.
After tying her career low with a 68, Charlotte De Corte is in a tie for the lead in the 98 player field at the UCF Challenge at Eagle Creek Golf Club. The Old Dominion women's golf team sits in 12th after their opening round 288.
The Old Dominion women's golf team is set to open their spring season at the UCF Challenge from Sunday, Feb. 3 to Tuesday, Feb. 5. Live scoring of the event will be on Golfstat.
NORFOLK, Va. – Head coach Mallory Hetzel added Leah Onosato of Japan and Pilar Muguruza of Argentina to the 2019 roster on National Signing Day. Onosato will start in January of 2019 and Muguruza will start as a Monarch in August of 2019.
Hosting a tournament for the first time since 2007, the Old Dominion women's golf team finished third at the Princess Anne Invitational at Princess Anne Country Club in Virginia Beach this weekend.
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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – The Old Dominion women's golf team is set to host the Princess Anne Invitational at Princess Anne Country Club in Virginia Beach from Oct. 5-7. There will be 12 teams competing for the title on the Par 70, 5,824 yard course.
Old Dominion University has played women's golf since 2003, and lately, the Monarchs have been playing it pretty well. ODU won the Conference USA title two years ago and has gone to the past two NCAA tournaments.