East Lake Cup Women's Championship: Sadie Englemann wins the individual title
Sadie Englemann (East Lake Cup Photo)
Stanford senior Sadie Englemann fired a 3-under-par 69 to claim women’s medalist honors at the ninth annual East Lake Cup in Atlanta.
Englemann followed up an even-par front nine that included one birdie and one bogey, with a flurry of three consecutive birdies to start her inward march en route to a 3-under-par 69 at Atlanta Athletic Club and finish atop the women’s division.
There was a four-way tie for second place at 1-under to finish two shots behind Englemann.
“I came into today with a really good mindset, I was really excited to play,” said Englemann. “I really saw the course yesterday; it fits my eye pretty well.
Englemann added, "I kind of struggled last week in a tournament, so I came in with a new mindset this week of just trying to hit the center of the greens and hit the fairways. I got a couple of putts to fall, and I got a round together.”
In the team competition, Stanford finished at even par to finish in solo first place, while Wake Forest finished in second place at 3-over. USC finished in third place at 4-over.View results for Women's East Lake Cup
ABOUT THE Women's East Lake Cup
Started in 2015 and hosted by the historic
Lake Golf Club Atlanta, this collegiate, two-day
play competition features the top-performing
from the previous year's NCAA Women's
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