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  • 2017 Championship 2


    HIGHLIGHTSBarry wins first-ever national championship: Before this season, coach Shannon Sykora spoke openly and confidently that his Barry womens golf team had something special in the making. He couldnt have been more spot on.The No. 1 ranked Buccaneers overcame a two-stroke deficit in the final three holes to win the NCAA Division II National Championship by a stroke over No. 2 Dallas Baptist University Saturday at the par-72, 6,206-yard Findlay Country Club. Freshman Charlotte Puts made par on the 517-yard 18th to clinch the title. Her playing partner, Dallas Baptists Ann Parmerter, made bogey, and the Bucs won their first national championship in womens golf.I tried to stay calm until the end, Sykora said. When Charlotte two-putted, it was the realization of a dream of mine for this team. We have a special group. They worked their butts off this year. Obviously, theres other good teams, too.Dallas Baptist was certainly one of them.The Bucs shot 301 in the final round for a 1,222 four-day championship-winning total. Dallas Baptists 1,223 runner-up finish was nine strokes better than third place Indianapolis 1,232 in the 12-team, 72-player field. Last years champion and Barrys fellow Sunshine State Conference brethren, Rollins, finished sixth at 1,264.Puts, who shot 2-under 70 in the final round for a 297 four-day total, was the individual runner-up to Saint Leos Marie Coors by two strokes. Barry freshman Noemie Pare tied for seventh at 305, following a final-round 75. Bucs sophomore Tilda Larsson tied for ninth at 307.Barry entered the final round with a three-stroke lead over Dallas Baptist. But the Patriots, who led the tournament through two rounds, erased the Bucs lead midway through the day. The Bucs got within a stroke of the lead when Pare sank a 35-foot birdie putt on 18 after making a pair of huge up-and-downs on the par-4 16th and par-3 17th.Oh, that birdie was incredible, said Pare, who also birdied the 504-yard 15th as she settled into birdie-only mind focus mode, what with all the walking score-boards around. With all the scoreboards, I couldnt help myself. I looked at them pretty much the whole round.Puts, who played the final 12 holes without a blemish, made birdie on the 166-yard 17th to pull the Bucs even with the Patriots. Larsson made par on the final hole to keep Barry in good position, and Puts was rock solid over the final 517 yards of real estate to seal the title.Honestly, I didnt know what was going on, Puts said, pleading innocence from scoreboard watching. Only thing you can do is play your own game, and thats what I tried to do. I wanted to make as many birdies as I could. I made a really good putt on 17 that I was really happy with after I hit a nice tee shot. Then on the final hole, I knew where I stood, and that I had two putts, and thats what I did. Its an awesome feeling to win this championship with this team. To really do it is a special feeling. We stayed patient the whole four rounds because this tournament was not easy. We managed really well during the whole tournament, and we were really confident. I think we all did our own thing.

    2017 TEAM RESULTSFour-Round Totals(Par 288-1,152)Pos. Team Round Scores Total1. Barry 309-307-305-301 1,2222. DBU 299-311-314-299 1,2233. UIndy 310-309-308-305 1,2324. West Tex. A&M 312-309-313-314 1,2485. St. Mary's U. (TX) 312-320-319-308 1,2596. Rollins 319-327-316-302 1,2647. Lee 320-322-317-309 1,2688. Mo.-St. Louis 318-324-323-307 1,2729. Henderson St. 311-318-328-316 1,273

    Augustana (SD) 318-323-321-311 1,27311. Arkansas Tech 325-316-321-313 1,27512. Grand Valley St. 337-319-322-310 1,288

    2017 INDIVIDUAL RESULTS(Par 72-288)Pos. Player, Team Round Scores Total1. Marie Coors , St. Leo 74-75-75-71 2952. Charlotte Puts, Barry 75-76-76-70 2973. Ann Parmerter, DBU 73-73-78-75 2994. Annika Haynes, UIndy 79-77-75-70 301

    Hanna Harrison, DBU 76-74-78-73 3016. Casey Wild , Tarleton St. 75-77-77-75 304

    Pos. Player, Team Round Scores Total7. Brittany LaPadula , Florida Tech 78-78-76-73 305

    Noemie Pare, Barry 80-75-75-75 3059. Kiira Riihijarvi , Tampa 77-77-78-75 307

    Holly Winter, West Tex. A&M 76-77-77-77 307Tilda Larsson, Barry 76-78-76-77 307

    12. Pilar Echeverria, UIndy 73-81-77-77 30813. Mattye Mason, West Tex. A&M 80-77-74-79 310

    Emily Israelson, Augustana (SD) 78-76-84-72 310Katharina Keilich, UIndy 79-78-74-79 310

    16. Caroline Moore, Lee 79-76-79-77 31117. Alex Trask , William Jewell 75-82-78-77 312

    Kelly Contreras, St. Mary's (TX) 79-79-77-77 31219. Jelina Fernando, West Tex. A&M 80-76-79-78 313

    Sarah Wright, Henderson St. 77-76-80-80 313Josefina Foa Torres, Barry 78-78-78-79 313

    22. Mary Weinstein , Regis 73-81-81-79 314Luisa Gartmann, Henderson St. 81-80-77-76 314Maria Regina Gonzalez, St. Mary's (TX)

    73-77-83-81 314

    Sarah Kim, DBU 80-81-79-74 314Samantha Moss, Grand Valley St. 84-79-78-73 314Emma Thorngren, Mo.-St. Louis 79-78-79-78 314

    28. Paxton DeHaven, UIndy 80-73-82-80 315Paige Lyle, Rollins 80-79-80-76 315

    30. Caroline Fredensborg, Arkansas Tech 83-78-79-76 316Sam Burrus, Lee 82-79-79-76 316Maxi Roth, Mo.-St. Louis 74-80-83-79 316

    33. Anna Pool , Central Okla. 79-84-79-75 317Kali Trautman, Augustana (SD) 81-80-77-79 317Nuchakorn (Pia) Nunbhakdi, Arkansas Tech

    78-78-84-77 317


  • History 3

    Pos. Player, Team Round Scores TotalLexie Toth, Rollins 84-80-80-73 317Alex Taylor, Grand Valley St. 83-78-81-75 317

    38. Linnea Karlsson , Cal St. Monterey Bay 82-84-74-78 318Addison Mitchell, DBU 75-85-79-79 318

    40. Kaylin Milholland, West Tex. A&M 76-79-84-80 319Selin Timur, Rollins 76-83-78-82 319

    42. Allison Howarth, St. Mary's (TX) 81-84-79-76 320Brinn Fariss, DBU 75-83-85-77 320

    44. Allison Davis, Henderson St. 74-80-86-81 321Anne Hedegaard, Lee 76-85-82-78 321Ares Boira, Mo.-St. Louis 81-83-81-76 321

    47. Camden Morrison , Franklin Pierce 83-74-80-85 322Sierra Langlie, Augustana (SD) 78-81-82-81 322Madison Lellyo, Rollins 81-85-78-78 322

    50. Paige Weiss, St. Mary's (TX) 79-80-87-77 323Kylie Raines, UIndy 79-81-84-79 323

    52. Avery Struck, Arkansas Tech 81-84-80-79 32453. Ueakarn Loukyee Songprasert, West

    Tex. A&M81-80-83-81 325

    Pos. Player, Team Round Scores TotalHanna Brauburger, Henderson St. 79-82-85-79 325Haverly Harrold, Lee 83-83-78-81 325Alexa Capesius, Mo.-St. Louis 85-83-80-77 325

    57. Anna Frandsen, Arkansas Tech 83-80-82-81 32658. Alexa Rippy , Trevecca Nazarene 83-80-81-83 327

    Chong Yong , Mo. Western St. 84-83-81-79 327Mackenzie Thayer, St. Mary's (TX) 84-85-80-78 327

    61. Hannah Hankinson, Augustana (SD) 81-86-80-81 328Martina Bertuccioli, Barry 83-85-79-81 328Mackenzie Blomberg, Grand Valley St. 84-81-83-80 328

    64. Hannah Perkins , Fort Hays St. 77-80-89-86 332Jessica Sachs, Arkansas Tech 89-80-80-83 332

    66. Annika Gino, Lee 90-84-81-78 333Julie Guckian, Grand Valley St. 86-85-80-82 333

    68. Stefaniya Ivanova, Mo.-St. Louis 84-87-89-76 336Maria Sol Pose, Grand Valley St. 86-81-87-82 336

    70. Jordan Bormann, Augustana (SD) 90-86-82-79 33771. Taylor Loeb, Henderson St. 86-84-87-83 340-- Seher Atwal, Rollins 82-A-84-75 --


    TEAM RESULTSYear Champion Coach Score Runner-Up Score Host or Site2000 Fla. Southern Robbie Davis 1,259 Rollins 1,266 Lone Star Conference2001 Fla. Southern Robbie Davis 1,250 Rollins 1,266 Rock Hill, S.C.2002 Fla. Southern Robbie Davis 1,234 Barry 1,308 Grand Valley St.2003 Rollins Julie Garner 1,237 Fla. Southern 1,276 Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla.2004 Rollins Julie Garner 1,196 Ferris St.

    Fla. Southern1,2641,264

    Orlando, Fla.

    2005 Rollins Julie Garner 1,185 Grand Valley St. 1,220 Western N.M.2006 $Rollins Julie Garner 919 Ferris St. 925 Grand Valley St.2007 Fla. Southern Robbie Davis 1,188 Rollins 1,198 West Florida2008 Rollins Julie Garner 1,181 Nova Southeastern 1,188 Houston2009 Nova Southeastern Kevin Marsh 1,230 Grand Valley St. 1,245 Findlay2010 Nova Southeastern Kevin Marsh 1,180 Rollins 1,220 Mesa, Ariz.2011 Nova Southeastern Kevin Marsh 1,157 Rollins 1,185 Grand Valley St.2012 Nova Southeastern Amanda Brown 1,234 Fla. Southern 1,254 Bellarmine2013 Lynn Danny Randolph 1,187 Nova Southeastern 1,190 Daytona Beach, Fla.2014 Lynn Danny Randolph 1,164 Barry 1,193 Conover, N.C.2015 UIndy Brent Nicosen 1,212 Rollins 1,217 Allendale, Mich.2016 Rollins Julie Garner 1,173 UIndy 1,182 Denver, Colo.2017 Barry Shannon Sykora 1,222 DBU 1,223 Findlay

    $Tournament shortened to three rounds due to weather.(From 1996 to 1999, Divisions II and III competed in a combined championship. For results, see Discontinued Championships.)(Note: Par-73 tournament held in 2002-03-05; par-71 tournament held in 2000-14; all other championships par-72 tournaments.)

    TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPSRollins 6Fla. Southern 4Nova Southeastern 4Lynn 2Barry 1UIndy 1

    INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIPSRollins 4Fla. Southern 3Nova Southeastern 3Grand Valley St. 2Barry 1Florida Tech 1Lynn 1Midwestern St. 1St. Leo 1UIndy 1

  • History 4

    CHAMPIONSHIPS RECORDSMost/Consecutive Championships

    2Jana Peterkova, Fla. Southern (2001-02); Charlotte Campbell, Rollins (2003-04).

    INDIVIDUAL RECORDSBest Score (In Relation to Par), One Round

    66 (6-under par)Taylor Collins, Nova Southeastern, 2011.

    Best Score (In Relation to Par), After Two Rounds

    137 (7-under par)Taylor Collins, Nova Southeastern, 2011.

    Best Score (In Relation to Par), After Three Rounds

    203 (13-under par)Taylor Collins, Nova Southeastern, 2011.



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