MOUNT ST. MARY'S MEN'S GOLF
Turning Stone-Tiger Intercollegiate – Hosted by Missouri
Verona, N.Y. | Turning Stone Resort
September 1-2 } LIVE SCORING
COMPETING TEAMS: Fourteen teams are vying for the Turning Stone title at this year's competition, including Binghamton, Boston College, Canisius, Cleveland State, Delaware, Missouri, Mount St. Mary's, Niagara, North Carolina, Northern Kentucky, Sacred Heart, Towson, Valparaiso and Youngstown State.
MOUNT ST. MARY'S WOMEN'S GOLF
Roseann Schwartz Invitational – Hosted by Youngstown State
Youngstown, Ohio | Mill Creek North Golf Course
COMPETING TEAMS: Capital, Cleveland State, Mount St. Mary's, Niagara, Saint Francis U and Youngstown State
ABOUT THE MOUNT
This year's Mount men's team will consist of six freshmen, six sophomores, and two juniors. On the women's side, the Mountaineers have one freshman (Taylor Woodward), two sophomores (Michaila Cheung and Sophia Vargas), and one junior (Olivia Gardenhour). Kevin Farrell is back for his second consecutive season as head coach of the men's and women's programs, returning to the same position he held from 2009-12.
Last year at the Turning Stone-Tiger Intercollegiate, the Mount shot 81-over as a squad and placed 17th during this three-round tournament. Jack Snyder registered the Mount's best individual performance placing in a tie for 67th at +16. Missouri went on to claim its seventh straight crown at Turning Stone.
Flashing back to the Roseanne Schwartz Invitational in 2018, Olivia Gardenhour paced the Mountaineers by shooting +16 at the tournament to finish in a tie for 24th place. Youngstown State claimed the tournament title with a 577 (+1) team score.
The women's team returns to action next weekend at the Farleigh Dickinson Invitational September 7th and 8th at Crystal Springs Golf Club in Hamburg, N.J. The men's team will head to the Joe Feaganes Marshall Invitational at Guyan Golf & Country Club in Huntington, West Virginia on September 9th and 10th.