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Albrecht Leads Irish At ACC Championship

April 23, 2018

By Dan Colleran


Scoring
| ACC Championship Central

 

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Led by Isabella DiLisio (72), Emma Albrecht (73) and Mia Ayer (73), the Fighting Irish women's golf team posted its best round of the 2018 ACC Championship, carding a final round 293 at the Grandover Resort & Conference Center East Course (par 72/6,122 yards).


 

 

 

The Irish got out to a fast start on Monday, led by DiLisio's five-under par 31 carded on her first nine holes of the day (holes 10-18). She strung together five birdies on holes 13-17 and then eagled the 18th.

 

"We had it going today just weren't able to sustain it and post the number we needed," head coach Susan Holt said after the round. "We certainly had an opportunity to move up and just didn't get the job done."

With her final round, one-over par 73 Albrecht finished tied for 18th marking her third consecutive Top-20 finish at the ACC Championship. Maddie Rose Hamilton tied for 21st after a final round 75, which included three birdies. Both DiLisio (72) and Ayer (73) shot their best rounds of the tournament on Monday.

"Emma and Maddie played really solid tournaments," Holt added. "Isabella and Mia stepped up big today which was great to see."

 

Notre Dame (300-304-294=898) finished 10th at the championship. Duke (849) took first place, followed by Florida State (876) and Clemson (877). On the individual leaderboard, Duke's Leona Maguire defeated her teammate, Jaravee Boonchant, on the third playoff hole to claim medalist honors after both players shot 210's.  

11

Notre Dame

300

304

293

897

T17

Emma Albrecht (1)

74

73

73

220

T21

Maddie Rose Hamilton (5)

73

74

75

222

T34

Mia Ayer (2)

75

79

73

227

T50

Abby Heck (4)

78

78

77

233

56

Isabella DiLisio (3)

82

82

72

236

UP NEXT: NCAA SELECTIONS

The Fighting Irish will now await NCAA Regional selections, which will be announced at 5:30 p.m. on April 25 on the Golf Channel. Head coach Susan Holt has led Notre Dame to nine NCAA regional appearances and helped the Irish earn their first NCAA Championship berth in program history (2011).

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Dan Colleran, Director of Athletics Communications at the University of Notre Dame, has been a part of Fighting Irish Media since August 2015 and coordinates all media and publicity efforts surrounding the Notre Dame hockey and golf programs. A native of Walpole, Massachusetts, Colleran spent the previous three years working with the men's hockey and soccer programs at Providence College. Colleran also spent two years as an Assistant Executive Director of Communications & Championships at the Ivy League and is a graduate of Providence College ('06 & '08G).

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