Weiner ’20 off to hot start for women’s golf



The women’s golf team teed off their spring season in sunny Melbourne, Fla. with a match against St. Lawrence. Dutchwomen Carly Cappola ’19 and Molly Weiner ’20 played an incredible 18 holes, tying for the lowest score of the day at 85 while Emily Ferguson ’18 followed closely behind netting an 86. The Dutchwomen tied St. Lawrence 2.5-2.5 showing a great start to their season.

The Dutchwomen competed again last weekend in the Vassar Invitational, placing eleventh overall. Weiner played another exceptional 18 holes, scoring an 86 both days and tying three other golfers for thirty-first overall. Cappola was not far behind with a score of 178 which earned her forty-first overall, tying with two other golfers. Caroline Roberto ’18 carded a 92 on her first day and improved her score by two strokes on her second day, scoring a 90. Roberto finished forty-ninth overall in the competition.

Last weekend, the Dutchwomen traveled to Hamilton where they were defeated by the Continentals during a match played at the Skenandoa Club in Clinton, NY. Weiner finished with the third-lowest score of the day, a 90, while Cappola and Roberto followed closely behind, each scoring 94. Other Dutchwomen competing were Ferguson, who scored a 97, and Rianna Quiogue, who finished the day with a 102. The Dutchwomen will wrap up their season this weekend when they compete in the Liberty League Championship.


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