BRASELTON, Ga. - For the second-consecutive year and fourth time in program history, Kennesaw State captured the ASUN Women's Golf Championship title led by top-three performances from Medy Thavong, Roanne Tomlinson & Clara Aveling. Thavong became the fifth Owl in program history to claim the medalist honors joining Madison Caldwell (2018), Aveling (2016), Dulcie Sverdloff (2015) and Ines Lescudier (2013).
BRASELTON, Ga. - Kennesaw State opened up an 19-stroke advantage on the field following the second round of the 2019 ASUN Conference Women's Golf Championship. Leading the charge for the Owls was Second Team All-Conference member, Medy Thavong as she fired a four-under par 69 to take control of the individual leaderboard by five strokes.
BRASELTON, Ga. - Following the first day of action at the ASUN Conference Women's Golf Championship, a trio of individuals are tied for the lead at The Legends Course in Braselton, Ga. Kennesaw States tandem of Clara Aveling and Medy Thavong along with Stetson's Justine Lauer shot a 76 (+3) in the first round of the competition. In the team standings, Kennesaw State shot a 309 (+17) and holds a five-shot lead over North Florida (314; +22) followed by FGCU (317; +25).
There will be no charge for admission to 2019 ASUN Women's Golf Championship.
DATES OF COMPETITION
April 21: First Round
April 22: Second Round
April 23: Final Round
Note: Spectators must remain on cart paths or in the rough and approximately 15 yards from the players. There may be no communication between spectators and players that could be deemed advice of any nature for the duration of the 18 holes.
All institutional personnel, with the exception of the designated coaches, are considered spectators. Spectators will be expected to walk. Should spectators be unable to walk, carts will be available for a fee with proper documentation regarding disability.