Selections and comments by Travis McCurdy, Northwood Assistant Athletic Director for Communications
The women's golf team at Northwood had a lot of success this decade. The team has qualified for the NCAA Super Regionals four times in the last five years and are off to a great start in the 2019-20 season!
(NOTE - this team is in alphabetical order)
Grace Cannon (2013-17)
- Finished career with a scoring average 81.38, good for fifth in school history
- Senior year scoring average of 78.68 is the lowest full-season mark of the decade
- Named All-GLIAC three times
- Holds Northwood record for career rounds played (93)
- Part of three teams that earned bids to the NCAA Super Regionals
Grace was a consistent performer at the top of the Northwood lineup all four years of her career. She was a key part of some of the best teams in school history
Brittany Davidson (2009-13)
- One of two players in program history to earn All-GLIAC honors all four years of her career
- Had six top-five finishes in her career, the most for any player this decade
- Individual qualifier for the NCAA Super Regionals in 2012
- Her .694 individual winning percentage is the second-highest for any player this decade
Brittany was one of the top performers for Northwood from her first day on campus. She stayed in college golf and has done a great job as the head coach at Tiffin University.
Sydni Harding (2017-20)
- Became second player in school history to qualify for the NCAA Championships in 2019
- Had the best finish for a Northwood Individual at the NCAA Super Regionals, tying for third overall in 2019
- Career scoring average of 80.17 is the third beset in program history
Sydni's performance at the 2019 NCAA Super Regionals is one of the best individual tournaments in school history. Her scoring average has improved every year she has been at Northwood and is currently in the middle of an excellent junior season.
Ines Dorado (2018-20)
- Named GLIAC Freshman of the Year following the 2018-19 season
- Named Second Team All-GLIAC in 2019
- Career scoring average of 78.97 is the second lowest in school history
- Averaged 78.9 in her freshman season, the second lowest season average this decade
- Has five top-five finishes in two years
Ines has only been at Northwood for a year and a half, but she is already well on her way to becoming one of the best players in school history.
Marlies Klekner-Alt (2013-16)
- Earned Second Team All-GLIAC honors in 2015-16
- Named Honorable Mention All-GLIAC in 2014-15
- Averaged 79.26 in the 2015-16 season, becoming the first player since Jamie Long (2006-07) to average under 80
- Career scoring average of 81.26 is good for fourth in program history
Marlies came in as a transfer and was a key player for the Timberwolves over the final three years of her career. She was the top player on two teams that qualified for the NCAA Super Regionals.