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ISSUE 119 VOL 15 PUBLISHED 3/24/2006

Spring Preview, Women's Golf: Newcomers bring promise

By Matt Tiano
Sports Editor

Friday, March 24, 2006

The St. Olaf women’'s golf team is primed to make a run in MIAC play after a disappointing eighth-place finish at the fall conference championships.

The women’'s squad is excited about the addition of both Paige Bromen '‘08 and Britta Hendrickson ‘'09.

Bromen transferred to St. Olaf from Division-I Furman University in the fall. Bromen comes to St. Olaf with a fall 2005 scoring average of an impressive 77.3.

Hendrickson was a Minnesota state tournament participant out of Red Wing.

Both athletes are coming off a winter in which they were both members of the women'’s basketball team.

Returning for the Oles is Amy Springer, who led the fall campaign with an 88.6 scoring average and a low competitive round of 81 at the Concordia Invitational.

"“Look for the addition of strong golfers to our women'’s program to propel us to the middle to top of the MIAC conference this spring,”" Head hoach Le Ann Finger ‘'85 said.

The women’'s team plays three-straight weekends this spring starting April 8-9 in Winona.

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