The North Greenville Women's Golf program got off to a solid start for the 2019-20 season with a 2nd place finish out of seven teams in the King Invitational in Bristol, Tennessee. NGU led the field by one stroke after day one with a total of 320 strokes (+36). However, the Crusaders were not as successful in day two, taking a total of 331 strokes (+47) to finish three strokes behind Southern Wesleyan for the tournament with a total of 651 strokes (+83).
Freshman Parker Stalvey tied one other participant for the 2nd best round of the tournament with a total of 76 strokes (+5) in round one. She followed up with 80 strokes (+9) in round two for a total of 156 strokes (+14).
Anna Schweitzer also had a solid opening round with a total of 77 strokes (+6). A second round total of 89 strokes (+18) gave her a total of 166 strokes (+24) for the tournament.
The lone senior Mirian Sundell began her season with a total of 85 strokes (+14) in round one. She improved in round two with 82 strokes (+11) for a total of 167 (+25).
Sophomore Kathleen Bonham started off with a score of 82 strokes (+11) in round one. In round two, she followed up with 86 strokes (+15) for a total of 168 strokes (+26).
Sophomore Allison Avery posted a round one score of 88 (+17) strokes, then improved in round two with a total of 83 (+12) strokes for a total of 171 (+29) strokes for the tournament.
The Crusaders will return to action on Monday, October 7th to take part in the Rendleman Invitational in Salisbury, North Carolina.