Campbell aims for 3rd straight Program Challenge title

The Campbell men and women won a second consecutive Golfweek Program Challenge title on Sept. 11.

Women's Rankings »

RankNameSchoolRating
1Sandy ChoiDuke  68.32 
2Bronte LawUCLA  68.65 
3Alison LeeUCLA  68.65 
4Jenny HahnVanderbilt  69.28 
5Regina PlasenciaArkansas  69.32 

Women's Team Rankings »

RankNameRatingEvents
1Arkansas 70.81 
2Northwestern 71.13 
3Vanderbilt 71.24 
4UCLA 71.40 
5Duke 71.65 

Men's Rankings »

RankNameSchoolRating
1Lee McCoyGeorgia  67.36 
2Ollie SchniederjansGA Tech  67.39 
3Maverick McNealyStanford  67.41 
4Zach SeaboltWinthrop  67.56 
5Stewart JollyLSU  67.58 

Men's Team Rankings »

RankNameRatingEvents
1Illinois 68.57 
2Florida State 69.42 
3Baylor 69.57 
4LSU 69.67 
5Georgia Tech 69.68 

PAWLEYS ISLAND, S.C. – Multiple title defenses will take place at this week’s Golfweek Program Challenge.

Campbell is trying to win a third straight overall program championship and second consecutive women’s team crown, while James Madison’s Trey Smith is looking to repeat as the men’s individual champion.

The Camels women’s team will return to Caledonia Golf and Fish Club looking for similar success after last year’s 40-shot victory. Campbell placed all five of its players in the top eight a year ago, including individual champion Brooke Bellomy.

Bellomy, however, is not in this week’s lineup. Instead, Camels coach John Crooks will start a lineup that includes senior Kaylin Yost, who earned Big South player-of-the-year honors last year; juniors Lisbeth Brooks and Ali Prazak; sophomore Tahnia Ravnjak; and freshman Louise Latorre.

On the men’s side, Smith isn’t the only former individual winner in the field. Jacksonville State’s Tomasz Anderson won the individual title two years ago at True Blue Plantation, which serves as the men’s course for the tournament.

Defending team champion Central Arkansas is not in the field this year, but Old Dominion, Northern Iowa and Boston College are among the 12 teams competing in the event, which runs Sunday-Tuesday.

After the three rounds, the team with the best combined score, men’s and women’s, will win the program championship.

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