Women’s Golf Wins Fourth Consecutive WAC Title

Women's Golf Win's Fourth Consecutive WAC Title

Jennifer Brumbaugh (Scotts Valley), freshman Megan Osland (Kelowna, B.C.), senior Madeleine Ziegert (Halmstad, Sweden), sophomore Rachelle Reali (Livermore) and freshman Kathleen Rojas (Turlock).

By Pat Lopes Harris, Media Relations Director

The San Jose State women’s golf team scored its fourth consecutive Western Athletic Conference championship April 25 after shooting a 295 in the final round at the Longbow Golf Club in Mesa, Ariz., and winning the title by 13 shots. For the third time, John Dormann was honored by the WAC as Coach of the Year. “What made me the happiest was we took control of this tournament from day one and never let go,” said Dormann.  “From where this team was at the beginning of the year to where they are now is a testament to them.  This feeling, this winning feeling, is something I can never get enough of.” The Spartans 877 total was their best tournament score of the year. Jennifer Brumbaugh shot the low round of the day for the Spartans with a three-under 69, to finish third at one-under 215. A first-team All-WAC honoree, she led the tournament with 14 birdes including five in the final round. With the conference championship, the Spartans earned an automatic bid to the NCAA Regionals May 10-12, at a site that will be announced April 30.

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