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Cook County, Ill. – The Holy Cross women’s golf team season came to an end Friday afternoon at the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference Championship. The Saints placed 5th out of 10 participating conference teams in the tournament held at Flossmoor Country Club. Senior Kylie Day played in her final tournament for the Saints.

 

Natalia Campbell finished tied for 6th place, making her the first women’s golfer to complete a season never finishing outside of the top ten. Campbell’s impressive freshman campaign was capped off with a first round 90, but bounced back with an 85 during the final round of play. Campbell along with fellow freshmen Macenzie Lane, Maisie Nugent, and Jenna VandenBerg show that the future is bright for the Holy Cross golf program.

 

In her final tournament as a Saint, Kylie Day finished tied for 20th place. Day fired a first round 95 to put her in 20th place on a windy day at Flossmoor. The Zionsville High School product carded an 89 in her final round of action of her collegiate career. Day will leave the Saints program as one of the all-time leaders in top 20 finishes.

 

Freshmen Macenzie Lane and Jenna Vandenberg finished 24th and 25th, respectively. Lane improved nine strokes from her first round score to card an 89 during the final round of play. VandenBerg, who finished one stroke back of Lane, recorded rounds of 97 and 91 in the season finale. Freshman Maisie Nugent finished two spots behind her classmate, VandenBerg, after matching rounds of 95 over the two day championship.

 

The Holy Cross Athletic Family would like to thank Kylie and Lauryn Luckey for everything they have done for the Holy Cross Community and wish them the best of luck in their future endeavors.