Lindsay Cornell led the Xavier women's golf team with an eighth-place individual finish at the 2006 CAA Championship.
June 20, 2006
CINCINNATI - Xavier University assistant golf coach Tom Elfers has announced the finalization of the 2006-07 women's golf schedule, which includes a total of 12 tournaments with six being played in the fall and six events slated for the spring. The Musketeers will tee it up for the first time in the fall on Sept. 11 when XU travels to Huntington, W.Va. for the two-day Lady Herd Fall Classic.
Following the season-opening tournament at Marshall, Xavier will head to Lincoln, Neb. where XU will participate in the two-day Cold Stone/Chip-N Club Invitational from Sept. 18-19. XU will then be back on the course on Sept. 23-24 for the Notre Dame Invitational hosted by the Fighting Irish at the Warren Golf Course on the UND campus.
The Musketeers will close out the month and September while also opening up the month of the October at the Great Smokies Women's Collegiate Golf Championship, which will be played in Waynesville, N.C. from Sept. 30 - Oct. 1. XU will then head west for the final two tournaments of the fall season as the Musketeers will compete on the Bronco Fall Invitational from Oct. 9-10 in Boise, Idaho before closing out the fall schedule on Oct. 16-17 at the Lady Aztec Fall Classic in Chula Vista, Calif.
The spring season will get underway on Feb. 18 for day one of the three-day Papa John's Collegiate hosted by the University of Miami in Miami Lakes, Fla. Following the trip to Florida, the Musketeers will travel to Pinehurst, N.C. for the Pinehurst Challenge from March 5-6. Next up on the slate for the Musketeers will be the Rio Verde Invitational from March 9-11 in Rio Verde, Ariz.
XU will then travel to the Commonwealth of Virginia for the William & Mary Invitational hosted by the Tribe in historic Williamsburg from March 24-25. The Musketeers will compete in their final tournament of the regular season on April 6-7 at the Illini Spring Classic in Urbana, Ill. Xavier will then be looking to capture its first Colonial Athletic Association Championship at the three-day CAA Championship to be played at The Homestead in Hot Springs, Va. from April 19-21.
Xavier will be returning all five starters from the 2005-06 squad, which finished fifth at the 2006 CAA Championship including Lindsay Cornell and Kara Manis who both earned All-CAA Second Team honors.