Herrmann smashes two school scoring records for Dalton State

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Above, Dalton State led by Sydney Herrmann of Ponca City, fifth from left.

Ponca City native Sydney Herrmann shattered school records for 18 and 54 holes to lead Dalton State to a dominating win at the Roadrunner Invitational at Nob North Golf Course in Cohutta.

The women rode a school-record low score of 11-under 277 in round one and Hermann’s low medalist finish to cruise to a 33-stroke victory over second-place Savannah College of Art and Design. The second-ranked Lady Roadrunners finished with a three-round total of 873, besting seventh-ranked SCAD’s 906. No. 9 William Carey finished third with a 910.

“It was a great three rounds for us,” Dalton State coach Jim McGrew said. “It’s always important for us to win our home event. It’s one of our three main goals.”

Hermann led the way in the dominant first round for Dalton State, shooting a 5-under 67 — a school individual record for lowest 18-hole score. Hermann set a new school-record low 54-hole score of 211 (-5). Rylie Kosney finished behind Hermann in second place overall, and Megan Donahue finished third in the individual standings.

“In an event filled with top-25 teams, to win the way we did and have Sydney the individual winner, and Rylie, Megan and Sara on the all-tournament team speaks to how well we played,” McGrew said. “We still have a lot to work on and improve before postseason but a great way to finish the regular season.”

The Lady Roadrunners next compete in the Southern States Athletic Conference championship starting April 24.


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