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February 13, 2014

Women's golf falls in Florida

By John Cuturic

The Cleveland State University women’s golf team won one and lost two in Florida last week, in Mid-American Conference match play.

The team had matches with the University of Toledo Rockets and the University of Akron Zips on Feb. 3. They lost to Toledo 1.5-3.5, and beat Akron 3-2.

The Vikings’ point against Toledo came from senior Allyson Hackman, and their half-point came from junior Colleen Miller. Miller and Vikings senior Shelly Ford won against Akron, with two more half-points to give Cleveland State the win.

The day after, the Vikings lost the fifth-place match to the Northern Illinois University team. Ford closed out a strong weekend by taking a win against Northern Illinois, and senior Micaela Cronin got a half-point with a clutch birdie on the final hole. But it wasn’t quite enough, as the Vikings fell to Northern Illinois 1.5-3.5.

The women’s golf team will play next at the Benbow Invitational, starting March 10.