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Today the Mid-American Conference announced its players of the week for women’s golf. Four players earned the title this week; among them was standout Ohio golfer Hailey Hrynewich. She was joined by Ball State’s Syndey Anderson and Kelly Anderson, along with Northern Illinois Brielle Ward. Hrynewich, a senior this year, opened her season at the 2016… Read More
The Ohio University Women’s Golf signed Marissa Balish to begin in the 2016-17 season. Balish (Allison Park, Pa.) is the third ranked women’s golfer in the state of Pennsylvania. Balish captains the boys varsity golf team at Hampton Talbot High School and was voted MVP for both her junior and senior seasons. Ohio coach Kelly Ovington… Read More
Ohio University’s Women’s golf team traveled to Port Clinton, OH this past weekend to participate in the Rocket Classic. The Lady Bobcats would end up finishing with a total score of 923, which would be good enough for second behind only the host school, the University of Toledo. The Lady Bobcats started the tournament out… Read More
Hailey Hyrnewich qualified for the U.S. Women’s Open in August 2015, and had the opportunity to play alongside her twin brother.
The Mid-American Conference named its Women’s Golfer of the Week on Thursday, and Ohio’s Hailey Hrynewich hauled in the hardware. The award comes after the junior golfer took fourth in the 2015 Redbird Invitational on Sunday and Monday. Her 72, 76 and 75 in three rounds gave her a total score of 223, which was… Read More
The Bobcats women’s golf team hit the links for their first tournament of the season over weekend, and the ladies put together a solid performance finishing fifth out of 16 in the Redbird Invitational at Illinois State on Monday. Ohio finished with a total score of 926 after three rounds and finished 21 strokes behind… Read More
Led by Hailey Hrynewich, who claimed her first college tournament win, Ohio women’s golf took second place at the Lady Colonel Classic at the Arlington Golf Club in Richmond, Ky., on Saturday. After poor weather conditions shortened the 54-hole event to an 18-hole contest, Hrynewich’s score of 72 through 18 was tied with Eastern Kentucky’s… Read More