MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. - The Presbyterian College women’s golf team placed three in the top-25 and saw three school records broken at the CSU Fall Invitational at the Rivertowne Country Club (par-72, 5,808 yards) on Tuesday.

Celia Mansour shot 221 (69, 77, 75) to tie for 11th and set school records for 18 holes (-3) and 54 holes (+5). The previous 54-hole record (+10) was set in 2012 by Micah Dowling, while the 18-hole record (-2) was held by Dowling and head coach Kasay Holbrook.

Maiken Bing Paulsen also came in under the previous school record, tying for 18th, with a score of 225 (76, 74, 75). Ann Elizabeth Gore tied for 24th one stroke back with a collegiate-best 226 (75, 76, 75).

Abby Driscoll (230) started the tournament with a collegiate-best round of -2. Alexandra Demko (258) also made her collegiate debut for PC.

The Blue Hose shattered the previous school record for 54 holes, finishing sixth at 902 (290, 307, 305). The previous record of 935 was set back in 2010 at the Sea Trails Intercollegiate.

The College of Charleston (869) won the team title behind individual medalist Laura Fuenfstueck (213). Georgia Southern (871), Charleston Southern (877), Bethune-Cookman (897) and High Point (901) rounded out the top-5 teams.

The Blue Hose will next play at the Lady Pirate Intercollegiate, hosted by East Carolina at the Greenville Country Club, beginning on September 26.

6

Presbyterian College

290

307

305

902

T11

Celia Mansour (1)

69

77

75

221

T18

Maiken Bing Paulsen (4)

76

74

75

225

T24

Ann Elizabeth Gore (2)

75

76

75

226

36

Abby Driscoll (3)

70

80

80

230

52

Alexandra Demko (5)

80

86

92

258