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Both the Rutgers men’s and women’s golf teams finished this weekend in positions indicative of their respective seasons at the Lehigh Invitational in Bethlehem, Pa. The women’s team recorded its third top-three finish this season in four tournaments. The team finished in third place with a total score of 628 — 21 strokes behind winner Brown and 17 behind runner-up Seton Hall.
Freshman golfer Kortnie Maxoutopoulis finished in fifth place this weekend at the Lehigh Invitational, leading the Scarlet?Knights and securing her fourth top-five finish in as many collegiate tournaments.
Junior Karen?Cash finished in 10th place this weekend at the Lehigh Invitational, shooting a 156 in the 36-hole event.
The Rutgers women’s golf team had nearly three weeks of preparation between its past two tournaments. The time elapsed resulted with the Scarlet Knights placing second at the Rutgers Invitational. For their upcoming tournament in Bethlehem, Pa., the Knights prepared for only one week. And on top of the short period, heavy rains Wednesday took away an outside practice day.
Brittanny Weddell finished in second place last weekend.
Before the start of last weekend’s Rutgers Invitational, Rutgers women’s golf coach Maura Waters-Ballard wanted to finish in the top three, she said. She hit her target. For the second time in three tournaments this season, the Scarlet Knights came within striking distance of a tournament victory. But for the second time, the Knights had to settle for second place, a position Waters-Ballard is more than happy with.
Freshman Kortnie Maxoutopoulis earned her second tounament victory this weekend at the Rutgers Invitational, topping the 97-player field with a 36-hole total of 150.
After a ninth-place finish at the Princeton Invitational, the Rutgers women’s golf team worked hard to put up a solid effort at its upcoming home tournament.
The Ivy League schools lived up to the compliments Rutgers women’s golf coach Maura Waters-Ballard gave them.
She said the Princeton Invitational field would be strong and the Ivy League schools would be tough, and she was right.
Ivy League teams took five of the top-six spots this weekend at the Princeton Invitational.
Following up a second-place finish is not exactly the easiest thing to do.
But that does not stop Rutgers women’s golf coach Maura Waters-Ballard and her team from trying.
Since the Bison Invitational, Waters-Ballard had the Scarlet Knights practice hard to sharpen their games in preparation for the upcoming Princeton Invitational at the Springdale Country Club.
Kortnie Maxoutopoulis, the newest face on the Rutgers women’s golf team, got her start in golf just like any other kid.
But that start took her to a place few freshmen can say they have ever been.
Maxoutopoulis’ family introduced her to the game of golf.
The Rutgers women’s golf team did not disappoint in its opening tournament, the Bison Invitational, in Lewisburg, Pa. Behind freshman Kortnie Maxoutopoulis, the Scarlet Knights finished second in the tournament to host school Bucknell by one stroke with a 54-hole total of 907.
Senior Jeanne Waters rounded out the Rutgers women's golf team group of Top 25 finishers with a score of 240, which was good for 23rd place at the Big East Championships. Head coach Maura Waters-Ballard hopes recruits can fill'Waters' void.
With a pair of top 10 finishes, the Rutgers men's and women's golf teams will look to build on those results going into their next tournaments.
Senior captain Jeanne Waters finished third for the Knights at their tournament in Beallsville, Md., with a card of 162.
The Rutgers men's and women's golf teams are preparing themselves for another challenging spring season in the Big East.
The Rutgers women's golf team placed ninth at the Rutgers Invitational this past weekend with a combined score of 668 (347-321).
Senior captain Jeanne Waters shot a 74 on'Friday for two over par and the match's best score against Seton Hall.