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Julia Daneshfar had Newberry
Julia Daneshfar had Newberry's low round in the final day

Wolves wrap up NCAA South Regional in eighth place

Box Score

LAKELAND, Fla. - The Newberry College women's golf team put the wraps on the 2012-13 season with an eighth place finish at the NCAA Division II South Regional tournament, carding a three-day total of 320-316-318=954 (+90) at the Lone Palm Golf Club. The Wolves were led by seniors Julia Daneshfar and Lisa Brandl in the final day of action.

Daneshfar (Trophy Club, Texas) carded a 5-over par 77 Tuesday, while Brandl (Nuremberg, Germany) shot a 6-over par 78.

For the tournament, Brandl and Eline Askeland (Oslo, Norway) finished in a tie for 32nd place with a three-day total of 239 (+23), while Daneshfar was a stroke behind in a tie for 34th with a three-round total of 240 (+24). Barbara Castro (Coruna, Spain) finished in 45th place with a 31-over par 247 and Korey Coleman (Stanford, Ky.) was in 46th place with a 34-over par 250.

The Wolves faced a tough challenge in the tournament, as only the top three teams qualified for nationals, with Lynn, Nova Southeastern and Barry earning the trip. Rollins' Annie Dulman won medalist honors with a 1-over par 217 for the event.

Newberry's appearance at the regional tournament was its fourth straight as a team and put the wraps on stellar careers for Daneshfar, Brandl and Castro. The trio finished their time at Newberry in the top five in career scoring average with Daneshfar finishing third with a 79.29 average, Castro finishing fourth with a 79.48 average and Brandl finishing fifth with a 79.69 average. The seniors are also the fifth, sixth and seventh players in the history of the South Atlantic Conference with finish with sub-80 career averages. Five of those seven players are from Newberry.

NCAA Division II South Region

Lone Palm GC
Lakeland, Fla.
Dates: 5/5-7/2013
Par 72, 6149 yards

 Rank  TeamScores Total  Par 
1. Lynn  305 298 297 900  +36
2. Nova Southeastern  298 306 300 904  +40
3. Barry  312 294 301 907  +43
4. Rollins  309 300 303 912  +48
5. Florida Southern  300 314 307 921  +57
6. Armstrong  301 314 320 935  +71
7. Florida Tech  318 301 318 937  +73
8. Newberry  320 316 318 954  +90
9. West Florida  325 319 315 959  +95

Newberry  320316318  954   +90  8th
Eline Askeland  797882  239   +23  t-32nd
Lisa Brandl  768578  239   +23  t-32nd
Julia Daneshfar  828177  240   +24  t-34th
Barbara Castro  838084  247   +31  45th
Korey Coleman  927781  250   +34  46th

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