Women's Golf 2012-13 Season Review


Christina Bryde
Bryde shot the team's low round of the season, an 87 at Ursinus.
A young Muhlenberg women’s golf team comprised of four sophomores and a freshman in the spring continued the program’s revival.

Two years after not being able to field a complete team, the Mules competed as a team in six tournaments during the 2012-13 year. That was the most for the program since 2005.

The Mules had their best day of the year at the Ursinus Invitational, finishing third out of the six complete Division III squads. Two of the teams they beat were Centennial Conference foes Franklin & Marshall and Ursinus. They also finished ahead of Ursinus at their own tournament but did not at the CC Championships and came in seventh.

Sophomore Christina Bryde led the Mules with a stroke average of 93.2. She finished second at the Muhlenberg Invitational with a 91.

Freshman Kerrilynn Lanza was the only other Muhlenberg player to break 100 during the season, shooting a 96 to tie for fifth at the Millersville Invitational. Sophomores Katie Seeman and Laura Glogovsky came close, recording low rounds of 103 and 104, respectively.