Putting Up The Ranks

The Campbell Women’s Golf team continues to make a strong statement atop the leaderboard in the Big South Women’s Golf Tournament this week in Georgetown, S.C.

Led by head coach legendary John Crooks and reigning Big South Player of the Week Nadine White, the Fighting Camels are right in the thick of the chase for the Big South conference crown on Wednesday’s final round of action.

Fans can follow the action in a variety of ways. First and foremost, makes sure to follow @BigSouthGolf and @CampbellWGolf on social media for in-tournamnet updates.

Make sure to keep an eye on the live stats updated hole-by-hole as the Fighting Camels search for yet another Big South conference championship. Live stats here!

FEW NUGGETS FOR THE CAMELS

6082 -yardage for the Pete Dye-designed, par-72 DeBordieu Golf Club in Georgetown, S.C., site of the 2016 Big South Conference Championship, Apr. 11-13.

864 –Big South Conference Championship 54-hole record score (278-289-297) recorded by Campbell in 2014 when the Camels won the title by 30 strokes over Coastal Carolina.

278 – Big South and school single round record set by the Camels in the opening round of the 2014 Big South Championship.

213 – Lowest 54-hole individual total in Big South history set by then freshman Louise Latorre (68-73-72) in winning the 2014 league championship by one stroke over teammate Tahnia Ravnjak (72-69-73—214).

4 – Campbell enters the Big South Championship ranked 4th in the nation in fairway percentage (.799).

1-2-3 – Campbell golfers have finished 1-2-3 in their conference tournament twice in the program’s 27-year history – 2000 (Sharon O’Neill won the A-Sun title, while Laura Torrisi and Yvonne Cox tied for second) and 2014 (Louise Latorre, Tahnia Ravnjak and Kaylin Yost swept the top three spots).

1 – for the first time, Coach John Crooks will take an all-international team to the conference championship tournament.  Not only will the Camels represent the University, but also their home countries of Argentina (Ayelen Irizar), Australia (Tahnia RavnjakNadine White), France (Louise Latorre) and Sweden (Annelie Sjoholm).

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