Levins Earns Medalist Honors as Women's Golf Captures Phinney Classic

Levins Earns Medalist Honors as Women's Golf Captures Phinney Classic

The Middlebury women's golf team took home the title at the George Phinney Golf Classic, winning by six strokes over second-place Amherst (640). The Panthers shot a 312 on Saturday and came in with a 322 on Sunday for a two-round total of 634. Action took place at the par-71 Ralph Myhre Golf Course on the Middlebury campus. Middlebury returns to action next weekend at the NESCAC Qualifier/Williams Fall Invitational.

Chloe Levins took home medalist honors for the third time in four years, winning the title in a playoff. Levins shot a 79 today to finish with a 153, tying her with Morgan Yurosek of Amherst. The duo entered a playoff and both parred #1. On the second hole (#18), Levins earned a par to take the title, while Yurosek bogeyed.

Placing third overall was Katie Murphy with a 155 (75-80), while Blake Yaccino tied for 13th place with a 161 (78-83). Kayla Li was next for the Panthers, coming in with a 166 (86-80), while Anna Zumwinkle rounded out the squad with a 170 (85-85).

Also competing for the Panthers was Elizabeth Kenter, who finished 20th with a 165 (81-84), while Maddy Cordeiro came in with a 182 (93-89). Evey Kriter (97-97-194) and Samantha Thomas (93) also played for Middlebury.