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Women’s golf team edges Modesto in Suttertown Classic taking first place

City College golfer Lynzee Kornelly at hole 4 during the Suttertown Classic at Bing Maloney golf course on Thursday September 29,2011. Photo by || Kimberly Washington

The women’s golf team took first place Sept. 29 for the fifth consecutive  year at the Suttertown Classic.

Nine teams competed at Bing Maloney Golf Course, but the winning  Panthers beat Modesto Junior College by a single point, 110-109, in the  tournament.

Unlike traditional scoring that uses the lowest score as the  best, the tournament used modified Stableford. Team totals were reached  by adding the four highest scores from individuals.

After 18 holes, four athletes were tied for fourth and two were tied for  second, calling for a playoff.

“I think the playoff holes really helped our sophomores and freshmen,”  head coach Tim Kiernan said. “It’s a great way to end a tournament.”

The four City College athletes tied for fourth included Riley Sexton, Lynzee  Kornelly and Liz Thomas. In the battle for second, City College athlete  Wilma Elefante, kineseiology major, led the way for the Panthers.

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Lynzee Kornelly, marine and environmental biology major, shot a 27 despite a playing with a shoulder injury.

“I felt like my irons were very strong. Before [today] they weren’t [and] I was having problems with accuracy.” Kornelly said. “I was hitting them straight [today] so it was way better than what I expected.”

In Big 8 Conference standings, City College is in the lead with 92 points. Trailing behind is Modesto Junior College with 88 points.

“We go into every tournament, every match with the idea that we can win that match, whether we do or we don’t, that’s our goal and that’s our mentality,” Kiernan said.

The women’s golf team will compete in the central coast Oct 2-3 for the Santa Barbara Classic at Morro Bay golf course in San Luis Obispo. The next home match is Oct. 18 against Fresno City College noon at Bartley Cavanaugh golf course in Sacramento.

For more information on the women’s golf team and scoring statistics, go to the City College athletics webpage at

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