King's Hebbel Named Women’s Bimonthly Golfer of the Month

King’s Hebbel Named Women’s Bimonthly Golfer of the Month - April

            

HIGH POINT, N.C. – King University's Fiona Hebbel has been named the Conference Carolinas Women's Bimonthly Golfer of the Month for tournaments played the first half of April, the Conference announced today.

A freshman from Leverkusen, Germany, Hebbel paced the Tornado to a first-place team finish at the Agnes McAmis Memorial hosted by Tusuclum College. Hebbel would also notch medalist honor in the tournament by shooting a two-round score of 143 (73-70), which was seven strokes better than the runner-up.


Mount Olive’s Kaeding Named Women’s Bimonthly Golfer of the Month - March

           

HIGH POINT, N.C. – University of Mount Olive's Julia Kaeding has been named the Conference Carolinas Women's Bimonthly Golfer of the Month for tournaments played the second half of March, the Conference announced today.

Kaeding, a junior from Hamburg, Germany, led the Trojans to a fourth-place finish at the Sunoco Campbell Oil Classic hosted by UNC Pembroke by finishing third overall individually. She would shoot a three-round total of 222 (73-73-76) to secure the third-place finish, breaking the UMO 54-hole record in the process.


Limestone’s Martinez Named Women’s Bimonthly Golfer of the Month - March

          

HIGH POINT, N.C. – Limestone College's Pilar Martinez has been named the Conference Carolinas Women's Bimonthly Golfer of the Month for tournaments played the first half of March, the Conference announced today.

A freshman from Malaga, Spain, Martinez tied for 10th-place at the Peggy Kirk Bell Memorial Invitational with a three-day total of 227 (78-76-73). Her individual performance would propel Limestone to an eighth-place finish against some of the nation's top teams.


Converse’s Felthousen Named Women’s Bimonthly Golfer of the Month - February

         

HIGH POINT, N.C. – Converse College's Marley Felthousen has been named the Conference Carolinas Women's Bimonthly Golfer of the Month for tournaments played the second half of February, the Conference announced today.

Felthousen, a senior from Kitty Hawk, N.C., captured medalist honors at the Converse Spring Invite and led her squad to the team title. She would shoot a two-day total of 149 (73-76).


Limestone’s Cleary Named Women’s Bimonthly Golfer of the Month - February

        

HIGH POINT, N.C. – Limestone College's Hailey Cleary has been named the Conference Carolinas Women's Bimonthly Golfer of the Month for tournaments played the first half of February, the Conference announced today.

A senior from Lexington, S.C., Cleary notched a runner-up finish at the Barton Invitational at Kiawah and led the Saints to a runner-up team finish. She would shoot a 36-hole total of 150 (77-73).


Championship Season


Converse’s Felthousen Named Women’s Bimonthly Golfer of the Month

       

HIGH POINT, N.C. – Converse College's Marley Felthousen has been named the Conference Carolinas Women's Bimonthly Golfer of the Month for tournaments played the second half of October, the Conference announced today.

Felthousen, a senior from Kitty Hawk, N.C., notches her second straight bimonthly golfer of the month award after leading the Valkyries to a sixth-place team finish at the LeeAnn Noble Memorial.

Felthousen would take eighth at the tournament, shooting a personal 36-hole best of 148 (76-72), which ranks second in Converse history.


Converse’s Felthousen Named Women’s Bimonthly Golfer of the Month

      

HIGH POINT, N.C. – Converse College's Marley Felthousen has been named the Conference Carolinas Women's Bimonthly Golfer of the Month for tournaments played the first half of October, the Conference announced today.

A senior from Kitty Hawk, N.C., Felthousen nearly posted a top-five individual finish at the all-Division I Terrier Intercollegiate torunament.

Ultimately, Felthousen would finish tied for sixth after shooting a two-day total of 151, including six birdies. She would shoot an 80 on the opening day, but would enter the Converse record books on day two, shooting the third-best score in program history with a 71 (-1).


Pfeiffer’s Holbrooks Named Women’s Bimonthly Golfer of the Month

      

HIGH POINT, N.C. – Pfeiffer University's Meghan Holbrooks has been named the Conference Carolinas Women's Bimonthly Golfer of the Month for tournaments played the second half of September, the Conference announced today.

Holbrooks, a junior from Winston-Salem, N.C., posted two top-10 finishes, which led the Falcons to a pair of seventh-place finishes at the Converse Fall Invite and King University Invitational.

Individually, Holbrooks shot a total of 302 in the two tournaments and had her best finish at the Converse Fall Invite. She would place second in the tourney after shooting a two-day total of 150 (75-75). Holbrooks would close out the month shooting a two-day total of 152 (78-74) at the King University Invitational, which would earn her a sixth-place finish.


Belmont Abbey’s Gribbon Named Women’s Bimonthly Golfer of the Month

     

HIGH POINT, N.C. – Belmont Abbey women's golfer Kaitlyn Gribbon has been named the Conference Carolinas Women's Golfer of the Month for the month of September, the conference announced today.

A junior from East Boynton Beach, Fla., Gribbon lead the Crusaders to a top ten finish at the Cutter Creek Invitational (7th).

Individually, Gribbon stood two strokes back, in second place, after firing a 73 (+1) in round one. She was consistent in round two, shooting another 73 (+1). Gribbion's two rounds were enough to put her atop the leaderboard at the conclusion of round two. She took home the individual title at the Cutter Creek Invitational with a two-day score of 146 (+2).


Fall Season

Julie Loennechen tied for ninth out of 86 golfers to help University of Mount Olive finish second out of 16 teams in the weather-shortened Converse Spring Invite. Loennechen shot a 79 to finish just four shots out of first place. At the Armstrong State Pirate Classic, the tournament field included eight nationally ranked teams.