1999-2000 Women's Golf Archive
Nicely finishes 47th at NCAA Championships after final round 87
Tiger junior Nancy Nicely shot a final-round 87 to finish 47th with a four-round total of 370 at the NCAA Division III Championships at the Prairie Vista Golf Course, in Bloomington, Illinois. Methodist's Stacey Smith won with a 316 and Methodist took the team title. Final Results | Third Round Results | Second Round Results | First Round Results
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Tigers finish third at SCAC Championships; three earn all-conference honors
Behind all-conference finishes from Kristina Lazos, Nancy Nicely and Courtenay Grass, the Tigers finished third at the SCAC Championships behind Rhodes and Southwestern. Lazos finished sixth with a two-round 174, while Nicely was eighth at 178 and Grass tied for 10th with 183. Jessica Ramsden tied for 12th at 184 and Amanda Cerjeski tied for 26th at 204. DePauw shot a 719 for the two-day tournament. Rhodes finished at 668 and Southwestern followed with a 695. Complete Results
DePauw finishes 14th at Illini Classic The Tigers, the only Division III school in the field, finished 14th out of 14 teams at the Illini Classic. The tournament featured nine NCAA Division I schools with Southwest Missouri State capturing the team title. DePauw finished with rounds of 394 and 362 and were led by Nancy Nicely's two-round 175 including an 81 in the second round. Results
Tigers finish second at Lady Greyhound Spring Classic just one stroke of winner
The Tigers finished with a 348 which was just one stroke off team champion Franklin at the Lady Greyhound Spring Classic hosted by the University of Indianapolis. Nancy Nicely and Kristina Lazos led the Tigers with 85 each. Complete Results
DePauw finishes third at Cajun Classic in New Orleans
The Tigers placed third at the Cajun Classic New Orleans to conclude Spring Break. Nancy Nicely led the Tigers with a two-round 181 to finish fifth. Complete results
Tigers win matches at Sewanee and Millsaps
The Tigers swept a pair of matches at Sewanee and Millsaps as part of their Spring Break trip. Amanda Cerjeski led DePauw in the win over Sewanee with an 86 followed by Kristina Lazos at 87 and Nancy Nicely at 88. In the match at Millsaps, Nicely fired an 87 to lead the Tigers.
Tigers tie for third at Centre Spring Invitational
The Tigers finished in a tie for third with a 361 at the Centre College Spring Invitational. Jessica Ramsden and Nancy Nicely each shot 87 to tie for ninth individually. Complete results
DePauw wins Wilmington Invitational
DePauw shot a 398 to top the eight-team field at the Wilmington College Invitational. Nancy Nicely led the Tigers with a second-place showing with an 89. Results
Tigers place fourth at Franklin College Invitational
The Tigers totaled 730 for the two rounds at the Legends course in Franklin to place fourth among eight teams at the Franklin College Fall Invitational. Nancy Nicely finished in 12th with a 178, Amanda Cerjeski was 14th with a 180 and Kristina Lazos was tied for 17th with a 184.
DePauw is second at three-team tournament at Hope Nancy Nicely shot a 165 including a first-round 79 and Kristina Lazos fired a 170 to lead the Tigers to second place at Hope College.
Tigers finish sixth at Tri-State Invitational
Amanda Cerjeski shot a two-round 178 and Nancy Nicely a 182 to lead DePauw to a sixth-place finish at the Tri-State Invitational.
DePauw places third at Manchester Invitational
Kristina Lazos fired an 87 and Alyssa Klein a 94 to lead the Tigers to a third-place finish at the Manchester Invitational.
Tigers finish 10th at Illinois Wesleyan Invitational
Kristina Lazos tied for 21st place with a 174 to lead the Tigers to a 10th place showing at the Illinois Wesleyan Lady Titan Invitational. Nancy Nicely was 34th with 182.
Women’s golf team opens with sixth place finish at St. Joseph’s Invitational
Nancy Nicely shot a two-round 175 and Kristina Lazos totaled a 179 to lead the Tigers to a sixth-place finish at the St. Josesph’s College Invitational. Kim Juffer shot a 190 followed by Courtenay Grass at 197 and Amanda Cerjeski at 199.