Bethel Women’s Golf Wins Program’s First Team National Championship

Lissa Diaz

PALM COAST, Fla. – No. 24 Bethel Women’s Golf made history with the program’s first team national championship on Wednesday, defeating the field by 44 strokes with a final round 314. Jessica Shurety ran away from the field with a 74 in her final round to take home individual medalist honors with a nine-over 225 in the 54-hole tournament, nine strokes ahead of the pack.

Shurety, Taeyon Kwon, Katie Blauw, and Maria Pardo Victori all earned NCCAA All-American honors while Christopher Hess was named the NCCAA National Coach of the Year — the first of his career.

MATCH VITALS

  • NCCAA National Championship
  • Hammock Beach Resort Ocean Golf Course: Palm Coast, Fla.
  • Round 1 Score: 324 | 1st
  • Round 2 Score: 320 | 1st
  • Round 3 Score: 314 | 1st
  • Total Score: 958 | 1st

TEAM RESULTS

  • 1. Bethel: 324 | 320 | 314 || 958
  • 2. Grace: 333 | 322 | 347 || 1002
  • 3. Oakland City: 354 | 361 | 339 || 1054
  • 4. Central Christian: 357 | 356 | 357 || 1070
  • 5. Judson: 364 | 370 | 354 || 1088
  • 6. Trinity Christian: 387 | 376 | 366 || 1129

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