BROWNS SUMMIT, N.C. — First-year Annika Kuleba finished tied for 17th at the 2019 ODAC Women's Golf Championship, while senior Aoife Magner was 30th at the Bryan Park Champions Course following 54 holes of competition.
Kuleba (Endy, N.C.) finished tied for 17th with Abby Papke of Bridgewater, after carding a final round 94, to conclude the tournament with a three-round 275 (+56, 89-92-94). Kuleba set the Sweet Briar golf record by 69 strokes, for the lowest 54-hole individual score in the three years of Sweet Briar golf. By finishing 17th in the 31-golfer field, Kuleba becomes the first Sweet Briar golfer to place inside the top-20 at the ODAC Women's Golf Championship.
Magner (North Potomac, Md.) who was 31st following day one of competition, moved up a spot on the leaderboard and finished 30th after carding a three-round 371 (+152, 129-119-123). Magner's 371 is good for third lowest by a Sweet Briar golfer at the ODAC Women's Golf Championship, while her 119 on day two is the sixth lowest round at the ODAC Women's Golf Championship by a Vixen.
Washington and Lee's Hannah Jones and Beth Ann Townsend finished the 54-hole tournament tied at 14-over-par (233), before Jones finished as the individual medalist by defeating Townsend on the first playoff hole.
The Generals finished the three-day event as the ODAC women's golf champions, with an 82-over-par team score of 958. Shenandoah finished second at 160-over-par (1036).
The ODAC Women's Golf Championship was the final event scheduled in 2019 for a Sweet Briar golf program that set multiple team and individual records during the 10-event season.