Pevey And Starchvick Nab All-Landmark Conference Women's Golf Honors

Pevey And Starchvick Nab All-Landmark Conference Women's Golf Honors

BALTIMORE, Md. - Christina Pevey (Post, Texas/Post) and Emmie Starchvick (Jacksonville, Ore./South Medford), members of the Goucher College women's golf team, have been named to the All-Landmark Conference team announced by the league on Monday. Pevey earned her second-straight All-Landmark Conference first-team selection while Starchvick garners second-team honors after earning a first-team nod last season.

Pevey moved up four spots after shooting an 84 in the final round to finish fifth and help the Goucher College women's golf team finish third for the second-straight year at the Landmark Conference Women's Golf Championships on Sunday. After shooting a 95 in the opening round, Pevey posted a 42 on both the front and back nine to card an 84 and finish with a two-round score of 179, two strokes out of second place and 27 strokes behind the medalist. She registered a birdie on hole nine, six pars (3, 5, 10, 11, 13, 18), nine bogeys and two double bogeys of her way to her second Top-5 finish in two years at the championships after placing third last season. In the two days, Pevey posted a birdie, 10 pars, 16 bogeys, seven double bogeys and two triple bogeys.

Starchvick carded an 86 in the final round after a 96 in the opening round to finish with a two-day score of 182 in seventh place. She posted a 42 on the first nine holes and a 44 on the back nine. Just like Pevey, the sophomore finished in the Top-10 for the second-straight year after a fifth-place standing last season. The sophomore posted a birdie on the second hole in the final round along with five pars (6, 9, 12, 13, 18), nine bogeys and three double bogeys. In the two days, Starchvick had a birdie, nine pars, 15 bogeys, eight double bogeys and two triple bogeys

Picked sixth in the preseason poll, Goucher shot a 388 in the opening round and then knocked off 19 strokes in the second round with a 369 to finish with a two-round score of 757, three strokes behind Catholic University of America (754) for second place and 44 strokes behind the team champion Drew University (713).