Review: Women’s golf
On Saturday, women’s golf concluded its season at the Ralph Myhre Golf Course in Middlebury. Only individual scores were recorded in the match against Hamilton, although the Panthers still managed an impressive showing.
Katie Murphy ’23 led the way for the Panthers, finishing in second place with a score of 80––just one stroke behind the leader. Kayla Li ’23 followed Murphy, tying for third after shooting an 82 on the day. Jacqueline Slinkard ’24 rounded out the top three spots for the Panthers, carding an 83 and tying for fifth place.
Playing in her final collegiate match, senior captain Erika Nakagawa ’21 expressed her pleasure in finishing the season on a high note, but also the sadness of competing in her last match.
“I was pretty emotional on the 18th tee box,” Nakagawa said. “I’m going to miss playing with my team so much.”