Mar 06, 2018

Bruins Finish 10th At Div. II Tim Tierney Pioneer Shootout

A Winning Tradition

  • Nine NCAA D-III National Championship Tournaments (2010-8th; 2011-12th; 2012-7th; 2013-4th; 2014-9th; 2015-6th; 2016-T-3rd; 2017-2nd; 2018 -3rd)
  • Nine Northwest Conference Champions (2010; 2011; 2012; 2013; 2014; 2015; 2016; 2017; 2018)
  • Nine Top 25 National Rankings (2010-7th; 2011-7th; 2012-7th; 2013-5th; 2014-10th; 2015 - 2nd; 2016-2nd; 2017-1st; 2018-1st)
  • 10 straight winning seasons (2009-18)
  • 70 tournament wins in program's 10 seasons
  • Overall record of 729-186-1 in program's nine seasons (.796)
  • 14 All-Americans, 21 All-West Region players, 37 All-Conference players
  • Two PING National Player of the Year (Kelsey Morrison, 2013; Sydney Maluenda, 2015)
  • One WGCA National Freshman of the Year (Sydney Maluenda, 2014)
  • Nine NWC Players of the Year
  • Three West Region Coach of the Year awards (2009-10, 2015-16, 2016-17)
  • Five NWC Coach of the Year awards (2010-11, 2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15, 2016-17)
  • Six WGCA All-American Scholars, Three Academic All-District student-athletes
  • Five Academic All-Americans 
 

PLEASANTON, Calif. --- The No. 2-ranked George Fox women's golf team finished the Tim Tierney Pioneer Shootout Tuesday, as the Bruins placed 10th out of 17 teams in the NCAA Division II field.

Recap:

The Bruins shot a 327-328=655 to take 10th. No. 23 California Baptist University won the tournament with a 306-305=611 to finish three strokes ahead of Academy of Art, who shot a 309-305=614.

George Fox was led by freshman Kayle Hunn, who finished T-21st with a 79-80=159. Iris Kawada finished T-35th after carding a 79-83=162, while Janelle Decker placed T-47th with an 84-82=166 on her card. Kristin Elich signed an 85-83=168 to place T-52nd and Rachel Drgastin shot an 86-85=171 to take T-61st. Tianna Brown and Alexandria McMenamin both competed as individuals for the Bruins, as the pair finished T-72nd. Brown shot an 87-88=175, while McMenamin shot a 90-85=175.

Jaime Jacob of Cal State San Marcos won the tournament with a 76-71=147 out of the field of 96 golfers.

What Comes Next:

The Bruins will head to more familiar ground in two weeks when they host the George Fox Westbrook Invitational in Peoria, Arizona.