Nova Southeastern finishes third
Cammisa shoots a 71 in the final round to lead the Sharks
LAKELAND, Fla. -- No. 1 Nova Southeastern finished third at the 15th annual Lady Moc Classic, held at the 6,255-yard, par 72 Eaglebrook golf course. The Sharks shot a 300 in the final round of the tournament to bring their score to 922 (323-299-300).
Despite not taking home the tournament title for the third consecutive season, the Sharks gave fans plenty to be optimistic about. After a first round that pegged them in 11th place, the Sharks improved by more then 20 strokes in each of the next two rounds. No team in Lakeland was better than NSU in the final two rounds, when the Sharks shot +23. In rounds two and three, Florida Southern was the closest competition with the Sharks at +26.
No. 7 Liliana Cammisa (was the top Shark in the tournament and placed third overall with a +7 223 (78-74-71). One stroke behind Cammisa was No. 2 Abbey Gittings , who shot a +8 224 (76-75-73). Gittings was the only Shark to shoot a 76 or lower in every round.
No. 1 Daniela Ortiz finished 10th overall by shooting a +12 228 (79-75-74). NSU was one of two schools to place three athletes in the top-10 overall. Rounding out the Sharks was Claudia Wolf, who recorded a +31 247 (90-75-82).
Seminole State took home the overall team victory and the individual win. The team recorded a score of 913 (306-307-300) while Elia Folch Sola shot a +3 219 (74-74-71). The only Division II team to finish ahead of the Sharks was Florida Southern, who beat NSU by seven strokes.