2019 Wisconsin Spring NCAA Invitational
2019 Westbrook Invitational had great play from the 16 NCAA Division I Women's teams that competed. Nebraska had a firm lead throughout the final round with Oklahoma making a strong charge on the final 9 holes coming in within one of the winning team Nebraska.
The 2019 Individual Champion was Aneka Seumanutafa from Ohio State shooting 69-68-67 (-12). Aneka lead the entire event, but her final round 67 helped her surpass Nebraska's Kate Smith (70-68-70 [-8]) and Notre Dame's Emma Albrecht (70-68-70 [-8])
Low individual rounds throughout the event were 66's by Kirsten Baete (Nebraska Round 2), Christine Danielsson (UC Davis Round 3), and Kornkamol Sukaree (Illinois Round 3). Low Team Score came from the tournament champions, Nebraska, with a -12 (276) in Round 2.
This is always a fun start to the Spring season for these teams coming from snow covered parts of the country. The course gave 631 birdies and 11 eagles between the 94 competitors over the three rounds of play. These girls can play!
What does Westbrook mean to you? It means a lot the teams coming from all over the country. It is truly a special place as you have all figured out and continually show to your guests! Every team was extremely grateful to the 200+ members, Posse, and homeowners who volunteered their time, homes and hospitality during their stay in Westbrook Village. Coach Todd Oehrlein of Wisconsin and Coach Robin Krapfl of Nebraska (WBVGC Member) gave great speeches regarding the Westbrook Community and their amazing way of life. Every member and resident of Westbrook can truly be proud of the class that was displayed to the 16 teams, fans and many guests that were here throughout the weekend!
Just one more year until another Westbrook Invitational Hosted by the University of Wisconsin.