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Coming off arguably their most difficult road tournaments of the season, the Rutgers men’s and women’s golf teams return to practice and preparation for challenges ahead. In its third event of the fall, the women’s team hosts the Rutgers Invitational on Oct. 5 and 6 at the Rutgers University Golf Course. While pleased to finally play on their home turf, the Scarlet Knights also know the dangers of being too relaxed with the course they see more than any other.
After a 12-day layoff between events, the Rutgers women’s golf team teed off this weekend in its second event of the season, claiming ninth place Sunday in the 16-team Yale Women’s Intercollegiate in New Haven, Conn. The Scarlet Knights steadily stuck near the middle of the pack, remaining in ninth after each 18-hole round of the 54-hole event. The team finished with a 932 (316-299-317) overall scorecard, 68 over par and 73 strokes behind tournament leader Nova Southeastern.
Sophomore Kortnie Maxoutopoulis led Rutgers this weekend with a score of 219, good for sixth place out of 87 golfers.
With their first respective events of the season in the books, the Rutgers men’s and women’s golf teams returned to the practice green this week to improve for tournament action. The men’s team hosts the 54-hole Rutgers Invitational. The home tournament tomorrow and Saturday comes after the Scarlet Knights participated in the STX Invitational, hosted by Towson. It was a disappointing first event for the Knights, who finished with a 1-2 match play record, good for sixth place among eight schools.
The Rutgers men’s and women’s golf teams’ fall campaigns kicked off on the road last weekend in Towson, Md., and Lewisburg, Pa., respectively.On the women’s side, Rutgers tied for second overall out of 15 teams in the Bucknell Invitational with a final score of 931 (310-310-311). For only the first event of the season, head coach Maura Waters-Ballard was impressed.
Sophomore Kortnie Maxoutopoulis tied for fifth overall at last weekend’s Bucknell Invitational with a score of 229. The Knights captured second place after posting a team score of 931.
The Rutgers men’s and women’s golf teams tee off for the first time this weekend to begin their respective seasons on the road. The men’s team makes its season debut at the STX Match Play Tournament in Towson, Md. The Knights last competed on May 1, closing out the Big East Championship in 11th place. Head coach Rob Shutte is eager to see the team get back on the course. “I think that obviously we’re going to continue what we started,” he said.
The Rutgers women’s golf team’s spring 2012 campaign came to an end when the Scarlet Knights took to the course for the final time yesterday at the Big East Championship. At its conclusion, the Knights finished in fifth place, carding a 956. The fifth-place finish marked the second consecutive week with the same result and the third time this season. Freshman Kortnie Maxoutopoulis and junior Brittany Weddell led Rutgers.
Freshman Kortnie Maxoutopoulis concluded her rookie season with an eighth-place finish at the Big East Championship. She tied junior teammate Brittany Weddell with a final score of 229.
The Rutgers men’s and women’s golf teams tee off for the final time this season at the Big East Championship in Orlando. The women have the first crack at it when they compete this weekend in the Sunshine State. Head coach Maura Waters-Ballard is pleased with the Scarlet Knights’ effort this season and looks forward to seeing how they close out the year. She is confident Rutgers will showcase its talent.
The Rutgers men’s and women’s golf teams reach the end of their respective seasons in the next two weeks, when each takes part in its conference championship.
Freshman Kortnie Maxoutopoulis and the rest of the Rutgers women’s golf team finish their 2012 spring season April 24 at the Big East Championships in Orlando.
The Rutgers men’s and women’s golf teams were in action this weekend at their respective competitions. It was the first time both teams competed at the same time since March in their spring season debut. The men’s team played in the 26th annual Princeton Invitational in Princeton, N.J., where the Scarlet Knights placed 12th with a scorecard of 913. Sophomore Jonathan Renza carded a 218 and tied for 14th place in the 75-player field.
The Rutgers men’s and women’s golf teams return to action tomorrow and Sunday, competing in their respective matches. It is the first time the Scarlet Knights play at the same time since March 16, their season debut. The men’s team plays at the Princeton Invitational in Princeton, N.J. The Knights compete in familiar territory, the closest place to home they have played all season.
The Rutgers men’s and women’s golf teams are busy preparing for their next tournaments. The Scarlet Knights opened up their spring season last weekend at the Homewood Suites Invitational in Port St. Lucie, Fla. At the conclusion of the two-day event, the men’s team finished in fifth place. Sophomore Jonathan Renza and freshman Jacob Stockl, who both placed in the top 20 of participants, led the men’s team.
The Rutgers men and women’s golf teams competed for the first time this weekend at the Homewood Suites Invitational in Port St. Lucie, Fla., a long-awaited event for both teams. On the men’s side, the Scarlet Knights placed fifth with a team score of 621. The tournament also began a new era for the Knights, marking the debut for head coach Rob Shutte. “I didn’t make too much of it,” Shutte said.
The Rutgers women’s golf team makes its spring 2012 debut in a little more than a week. The Scarlet Knights tee off March 16 at the Siena College Invitational in Port St. Lucie, Fla., in a long-awaited match. No one is more anxious to return to the course than freshman Kortnie Maxoutopoulis, who led the Knights in their fall campaign. Maxoutopoulis is always ready to do whatever is necessary to take her game to the next level and remain at an elite status.
The Rutgers men’s and women’s golf teams are ready to resume action and get back to work on the course. Both have high expectations for the spring 2012 portion of the golf season. Coming off impressive finishes at the conclusion of 2011, the golfers are anxious to carry over the momentum to this season. The men’s team finished eighth at the Lehigh Invitational to close out the fall season.
Rutgers head women’s golf coach Maura Waters-Ballard saw as much as a coach could ask of a team between the spring and fall seasons with clear improvement. As a team, the Scarlet Knights lowered their average finish by nearly three places. They posted three top-three finishes, compared to only one in the spring. And they lowered their scores. Waters-Ballard took notice of all of it.
Freshman golfer Kortnie Maxoutopoulis’ only finish this season outside the top-five individual performers was the Rainbow Wahine Invitational, the Scarlet Knights’ final tournament of the season. Maxoutopoulis won a pair of tournaments in her first season, including the Bucknell Invitational, her first collegiate appearance.