HILTON HEAD, SC – Presbyterian College’s Celia Mansour won the Low Country Intercollegiate on Sunday. The junior shot 150 (73, 77) to win by an impressive five strokes and became the first golfer in program history to win an individual tournament title.

Mansour led the team and ranked in the tournament's top-5 for pars (22) and birdies (5). This was her second top-10 finish of the year.

Maiken Bing Paulsen tied for 39th at 166 (82, 84) and recorded the tournament’s only eagle. Ann Elizabeth Gore tied for 64th with a score of 171 (87, 84). Rounding out team play, Abby Driscoll (t72nd) shot 174 (88, 86), and Rylie Marchman (t75th) shot 175 (88, 87).

Playing as individuals, Katie Bishop tied for 64th with a score of 171 (87, 84), and Alex Demko shot 183 (90, 93) to tie for 87th.

High Point won the team title with a low score of 638 (320, 318). PC finished 12th of 17 teams with an aggregate of 661 (330, 331) at the Moss Creek Golf Club (par-72, 5,922 yards).

The Blue Hose will next compete at The Citadel’s 2017 Oyster Shuck Match Play to be played at Patriots Point beginning on April 3.

Celia Mansour Wins Low Country Intercollegiatephoto courtesy of Ed Sager