UNCP's Walor, Columbus State's Crowley Named Golfers of the Week
Men's Golfer of the Week
Jordan Walor, UNC Pembroke
Sr., Wake Forest, N.C.
Walor shot three rounds in the 60s to finish second at the Bobcat Invitational. The senior carded rounds of 68, 68 and 67 to finish with a seven-under-par 203, one stroke behind Lynn's Daniel Young. The winner of three tournaments this season, Walor's 203 is the lowest 54-hole tournament shot by any PBC golfer this season and he becomes the only PBC golfer to shoot three consecutive rounds in the 60s in a 54-hole event. Walor's efforts lowered his stroke average to a conference-leading 71.5, on pace to be the third-lowest season average in league history. His efforts helped the Braves to a third-place finish, lowest of the eight conference teams at the event which featured 14 teams ranked among the top 30 in the nation.
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Women's Golfer of the Week
Nikki Crowley, Columbus State
Sr., Phenix City, Ala.
Crowley won her second tournament of the year and second in her
last three outings as she lapped the field at the West Georgia
Invitational. The senior shot rounds of 72 and 74 to finish
two-over-par 146, nine strokes ahead of her nearest
competitor. She was the only player in the field to stay at
even par in the first round and one of two players to go low with a
74 in the second. In her two wins this spring, she has not
fired above a 75. Her efforts helped CSU to claim their
second team victory of the year and third in program history.
She is now tied for third in the PBC with a 77.4 stroke
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