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Seton Hall Women’s Golf Finishes 18th, Ending Season

The Seton Hall women’s golf season came to an end Saturday, as well as the stellar collegiate careers of McKenzie Cutter, Megan Tehundfeld, and Karlie Zabrosky, the only three-time Big East champions and three-time NCAA Regional participants in program history.

Seton Hall finished in 18th-place in Saturday’s final round of the NCAA Stanford Regional at Stanford Golf Course, shooting a 35-over-par 319.

Hall finished 92-over-par 944 (310-315-319) for the three-day tournament, its third straight appearance in an NCAA Regional.

Host Stanford and USC tied for the top spot at 4-over-par and Ohio State, North Carolina, Arkansas, and Virginia rounded out the top six to advance to the field of 18 schools in the NCAA Division I National Championship at Eugene Country Club in Eugene, Oregon.

Cutter and Tenhundfeld both shot an 8-over 79 to lead the Pirates in the final round.

Tenhundfeld was the top performer for Seton Hall at the NCAA Regionals for the second time in three years, finishing tied for 57th-place amongst 96 individual golfers with a 15-over 228 (75,74, 79). Cutter, playing in her first Regional, finished with a 24-over 237 (76-82-79).

Zabrosky, who finished her final round with a 9-over 80, completed the tournament with a 29-over 242 (81-81-80).

Sophomore Cassie Pantelas had a 10-over 81 in the final round and finished one stroke behind Cutter with a 25-over 238 (78-79-81). Freshman Macky Fouse finished with a 15-over 86 and completed her first NCAA Regional with a 36-over 249 (82-81-86).

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