Three Women's Golfers Qualify for Regionals
The MSJC women's golf team wrapped up the regular season this week by shooting 417 and 395 at Sun Lakes in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Finals, to finish third.
The Lady Eagles advanced three players on to the individual CCCAA Southern California Regional competition, as a team MSJC finished in 3rd place in the final conference standings behind PCAC Champions Cuyamaca and College of the Desert.
Taylor Brown led the Lady Eagles this week with scores of 99 on Monday and 93 Wednesday. Brown not only qualified for the Regional Tournament, but also earned a spot on the All Conference Team for her play throughout the season. Brown finished with the 8th best scoring average in the PCAC at 92.6. Joining Brown both as a Regional qualifier and an All Conference pick was teammate Brianna Paquet who shot 103 and 95 at Sun Lakes this week. Paquet finished the regular season right behind Brown with the 9th best PCAC scoring average at 96. Amber Thornburg is the third Lady Eagle who qualified for Regionals as she shot 111 and 100 in the PCAC Finals. These three players will represent MSJC next week, November 7th and 8th at Chino Hills.
Ashley Coy shot 98-108 at the conference finals this week, she finished the PCAC season with a scoring average of 94.3, that would have been good enough to qualify for the post season, but she did not compete in the minimum number of matches for the Lady Eagles. Illiannah Laguna shot 112-and 107, while Mary Money shot 117 and 121 to wrap up their seasons for MSJC.
MSJC's Brianna Paquet shot a 103 Monday and a 95 on Wednesday to help the MSJC women's golf team to a third place finish in the PCAC Finals. She along with teammates Taylor Brown and Amber Thornburg qualified for the CCCAA Southern California Regional Tournament next week at Chino Hills. Paquet and Brown both also earned All Conference honors for their play this season. (DeeAnn Bradley/MSJC).