Sports in Brief

Coaching search continues

Heading into the final weeks of the semester, the lady Saints basketball team is still without a coach for next year.

Flagler College President William T. Abare, Jr., has approved opening the search as a possible full time position as head women’s basketball coach, with other duties yet to be specified.

“We are in the process of looking at potential candidates,” Senior Women’s Administrator Taylor Mott said. “We hope to know more in the next few weeks.”

Women’s golf ends season finishing fourth in region

Flagler College’s women’s golf team recently participated in the North-South Women’s

Intercollegiate Tournament. The tournament was held March 12-14 with 17 teams in attendance.

The Saints placed 16th, a respectable finish considering they were competing against other NCAA Division I and II teams.

Senior Margo Brown played well, scoring 80-83, finishing 22 out of 91 overall, at the conclusion of the tournament.

Overall, the women’s golf team had a good season. Head Coach Taylor Mott said, “We have not played as many tournaments this season as in the past due to lack of tournaments available, but we have made great improvements and had a good time.”

Following the North-South Tournament, the team headed into the NAIA Region XIV tournament in Lake Wales, April 7-9.

Entering the second round of the tournament, Brown was tied for sixth with a score of 82. Chelsea Amos finished day one tied for 16 with a score of 89.

Abby Gulla and Christina Ugalde rounded out the lady Saints foursome with scores of 95 and 96.
The team will be losing their top player of the past few years in Brown, but they have high hopes for next year.

The team has developed friendships and chemistry that will help them in future competitions.

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