St. Lawrence University finished 14th in the 2009 NCAA Division III women's golf championships at Port St. Lucie, FL.
The Saints had a 72-hole four-score total of 1334, nine strokes higher than a year ago, but finished one spot higher in the team standings. SLU shot its best NCAA round in the first round of this year's tournament with a 318 and were second after the first round of play.
Alair Muzzatti led the Saints on Saturday, shooting 81 with a 39 on the back nine for a 328 total. She finished the tournament tied for 31st in a 111 golfer field. Kristin Berretta shot 84 with three birdies and finished with a 72-hole total of 335 strokes amd tied for 64th while Lindsay Cone shot 88 and had a 334 total which tie for 54th. Melissa Snizek shot 87 on Saturday to finish at 342, tied for 75th while Cait Cunningham shot an 87 and finished at 350 which tied for 87th. Cunningham had her collegiate best nine hole score on the front nine on Saturday with a three-over 39.
SAINTS 12TH AFTER THREE ROUNDS AT NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP
May 15: St. Lawrence University's women's golf team is 12th after three rounds of the NCAA Division III Championships at Port St. Lucie, FL and will be looking to climb back into the top ten when the event concludes on Saturday.
The Saints, playing in the late tee group for the second straight day, found the more difficult course hard to handle again on Friday shooting a team total of 340 for the best four of five scores.