Shepler Leads Women's Golf In Final WHAC Event Of The Fall
Women's Golf - Tue, Oct. 20, 2015
Jordyn Shepler shot 79 to lead the No. 25 MU women's golf team in the final WHAC event of the fall. (Photo by Aaron Sagraves)
Jordyn Shepler shot 79 to lead the No. 25 MU women's golf team in the final WHAC event of the fall. (Photo by Aaron Sagraves)

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - -Jordyn Shepler shot her second straight round of 79 as the Madonna University women's golf team finished the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference season with a second place finish at WHAC Jamboree Three on Tuesday (Oct. 20) at The Mines Golf Course.

Results

Site: Grand Rapids, Mich.
Event: WHAC Jamboree Three
Course: The Mines Golf Course (Par 70, 5,816 yards)
MU Standing: Second of 10 (320-323 -- 643 )
Top MU Individual: Jordyn Shepler – 79-79 – 158 – Tied for fourth
Next Event: Monday, Oct. 26 – at SCAD Invitational (Savannah, Ga.) 

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - - Jordyn Shepler shot her second straight round of 79 as the Madonna University women's golf team finished the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference season with a second place finish at WHAC Jamboree Three on Tuesday (Oct. 20) at The Mines Golf Course.

No. 14 Indiana Tech won the event with a two-round total of 627 to also claim the WHAC regular season title. No. 25-ranked Madonna shot 323 in round two for a 643 total. Lawrence Tech (644), Siena Heights (665) and Davenport (674) rounded out the top five finishing teams.

Shepler combined her 79 in round one with another 79 on day two for a 158 total to tie for fourth. Natalie Blazo was two shots behind Shepler with an 81 on day two and a 160 total to tie for seventh with teammate Karen Zambrano. Zambrano matched her day one total with another 80 in round two for a 160 total.

Holly Laginess shot an 87 on day two for a 169 total and a tie in 21st with Ayla Bogie taking five shots off of her opening round to shoot an 83 for a 171 and a spot in 26th. Kelsey Edwards turned in a 94 to shoot 187 and tie for 39th.

The Crusaders have one additional tournament this fall, traveling to the Peach State for the SCAD Invitational on Oct. 26-27.

About Crusader Athletics: Madonna University currently sponsors the sports of baseball, men's and women's basketball, men's and women's bowling, men's and women's cross country, men's and women's golf, men's and women's lacrosse, men's and women's soccer, men's and women's indoor and outdoor track and field, softball and volleyball. Crusader teams have been members of the WHAC since 1997 and members of the NAIA since 1987 when volleyball became the university's first varsity sport. Since joining the WHAC in 1997, Madonna University teams have won over 50 conference titles and made more 30 appearances at their respective NAIA National Championships.

About Madonna: Liberal arts education, career preparation and service-learning have been the hallmarks of Madonna University since 1937. In addition to the beautiful main campus, conveniently located at I-96 and Levan Road in Livonia, Madonna offers academic programs in Gaylord, Macomb, Southwest Detroit, and online in China, United Arab Emirates and Haiti. Michigan's most affordable, independent, Catholic, liberal arts university, Madonna offers more than 100 undergraduate and 30-plus graduate programs in the colleges of arts and humanities, science and mathematics, social sciences, education, and nursing and health, as well as the School of Business and the Graduate School.

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