Muhlenberg Wins Centennial Golf Title
April 29, 2007
PEACH BOTTOM, Pa. - Muhlenberg wrapped up its second Centennial Conference Women's Golf Championship, besting the field by 30 strokes at the par 72 course at Pilgrim's Oak. The Mules snapped a five-year McDaniel run on the Conference title, and produced its first individual conference medalist in Kimberly Snyder, who kept 12 strokes between herself and a pair of second place finishers, McDaniel's Christine Malkiewicz and Dickinson's Kaitlin Van Wagner (174 / +30).
Snyder shot a 36-hole total of 162 to finish 18 strokes over par. She shot a 76 on Saturday and an 86 on Sunday to post the lowest total of each round. The hill-laden course played 5,063-yards on Saturday, and 5,800-yards on Sunday.
Snyder's teammate, Dana Lynn Bielecki finished fourth at +33. The duo paced Muhlenberg to a two-round total of 724 strokes. McDaniel finished in second with a team score of 754. Franklin & Marshall (769) took third place, while Dickinson (771) finished in fourth.