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Georgetown Women’s Golf Tournament Rescheduled
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PISCATAWAY, NJ – The inaugural Georgetown women’s golf Hoya Invitational, scheduled for this Fri.-Sun., Oct. 25-27, has been rescheduled for Fri.-Sun., Mar. 21-23, 2003. The event, held at the Reston National Golf Course, in Reston, VA, was scheduled to be the final event of the fall season for Rutgers.

Last weekend, the Scarlet Knights finished just four strokes behind Georgetown at the Rutgers Invitational, held at the par-72 Rutgers University Golf Course, taking fourth place out of 17 schools with a two-round score of 663 (328-335).

After holding a two-stoke lead heading into the final round, freshman Jeannine Mondesando (Mahwah, NJ) placed second overall in individual competition with a total score of 156 (75-81). She shot the lowest score of the tournament, carding a three-over-par 75 on the tournament’s opening day. Mondesando owns the lowest average of the team this fall, shooting an average of 77.29 strokes-per-round.

Senior Kathleen Freer (Voorhees, NJ) (85-81) and sophomore Mary Stewart (Scottsdale, AZ) (80-86) tied for 17th overall, shooting a 166 for the event. Sophomore Caitlin Flynn (Fairfield, CT) shot a two-round score of 175 (88-87) to tie for 49th place. Sophomore Noel Picca (Irving, TX) finished 63rd out of 87 competitors, carding a 183 (92-91) for the tournament.

The Hoya Invitational will be the first of five matches the Scarlet Knights will compete in during the spring season.

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