WHITE HAVEN, Pa. - The Stevenson women's golf team shot a season-low score of 311 (+23) in the final round of the MAC Championship en route to its third conference title. The Mustangs, who finished with a two-round score of 634 (+58), won the tournament by a commanding 19 strokes over second-place Alvernia. The Mustangs, who won their first conference title since 2016, had all four of its scoring golfers finish in the top 7.
Junior Julia Kline won a two-hole playoff over freshman Amanda Perez to take the individual title, which was also her first career victory. Kline and Perez finished the tournament tied for first with total scores of 155 (+11). Kline's second round score of 74 was a personal best and the lowest by any player in the tournament. Perez, who now has five top-five finishes on the year, won Rookie of the Year honors. Coach Chris Ramer won MAC Coach of the Year. Both Perez and Kline earned spots on the All-MAC First Team.
Sophomore Laura Rentz carded a six-over par 78 in the final round, giving her a total score of 158 (+14) and fourth place overall. Rentz, who earned first team all-conference honors, now has five top 5 finishes on the year.
Sophomore Emma VanDeCar finished tied for seventh after carding a 10-over par 82 in the second round, giving her a tournament total of 166 (+22) and second team honors.
Sophomore Elise Glauser improved on her first round score by six strokes with an 87, placing her into a tie for 15th.
The Mustangs will head to Houston, TX for the NCAA Division III Women's Golf Championships, held at the Bay Oaks Country Club, starting on Tuesday, May 14 through Friday, May 17.