The TJC women finished strong at the NJCAA National Championships, shooting their best round of the tournament by 12 shots. Their fourth round score of 315 gave them a final tally of 1306. Daytona State College won the National Title, shooting a four day total of 1211. REdlands Community College finished 2nd, just 11 shots back. TJC Maraea Durie played her best on the last day, shooting a 74. She also led the team with a four day total of 320. Other scores were:
Lisa Frauenberger 328
Katharine Bunting 330
Allyson Harris 333
Alexandria Martinez 347
Lisa Frauenberger shot a 79 on Day 3 to lead the Lady Apaches to a three day total of 991. They are currently tied with Western Texas for fifth, and trail fourth place McLennan. Dayton State College leads the tourney by 8 shots over Redlands Community College. Maraea Durie leads the way for TJC after three days of play, shooting a total of 246. Allyson Harris is next with a 248, Frauenberger with 249, Katharine Bunting with 253, and Alexandria Martinez at 260. Tyler is paired in a threesome with McLennan and Western Texas in today's final round.
The TJC women's golf team shot an opening round 327 at the 2013 NJCAA Women's Golf Championships in Mesa, Arizona. The top 4 teams are all within 2 shots of each other, while the Lady Apaches are 26 shots back of the lead. Maraea Durie was +7, while teammate Katharine Bunting was +8. Play continues today, and results can be found HERE.
The TJC women's golf team, led by Katharine Bunting's opening round 78, lead the LeTourneau Spring Classic after opening day action. Hardin-Simmons University is in 2nd, 27 shots behind the Lady Apaches. Allyson Harris shot an 81, shooting a 37 on the back nine. Lisa Frauenberger carded an 84, Alexandria Martinez shot an 85, and Maraea Durie finished with an 88. Final round action will be Tuesday.
The TJC women's golf team tied for 1st place and the men's team finished as runner-up in the Hal Sutton Intercollegiate Tournament hosted by Centenary College of Louisiana. Katharine Bunting shot a two day total of 161 to finish third individually, while Cameron Lindell's 149 was good enough for a tie for third on the men's side.
Men's Results - Click HERE
Women's Results - Click HERE
Members of the TJC men's and women's golf team did not start their 2013 golf season on the golf course. Instead, they all volunteered at the East Texas Food Bank. According to Tim Butler, Volunteer Coordinator, the men's and women's golf teams helped feed over 1,200 Senior Citizens and their families, and their time in labor was worth $750 to the Food Bank. Coach Sandy Terry praised his players, calling it "a very productive day in the lives of these student-athletes."