MIDLAND, MICH. – The Northwood University women's golf team placed four players on the All Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) team, the league announced Wednesday (April 15).
Junior Sydni Harding and sophomore Ines Dorado each were named Second Team All-GLIAC. Seniors Taylor Harding and Ali Martus each both were named Honorable Mention. The four players on the All-GLIAC team are the most in one season for Northwood in program history.
Sydni Harding earned All-GLIAC for the second straight year after being named Honorable Mention last year. She averaged 78.3 per round this season, narrowly edging out Northwood Hall of Famer Jamie Long (78.4) for the best in school history. She had two top-10 results in five events. Her low round of the year was a 72, which she shot at the Music City Invitational October 15.
Dorado earned Second Team All-GLIAC honors for the second straight season. Her scoring average was 79.1 over the course of 12 rounds. Dorado had NU's top individual finish of the season, placing fifth out of 86 players at the Chippewa Invitational October 21-22. Her low round of the year came at that event, a final-round 75.
Taylor Harding earned All-GLIAC honors for the first time in her career. Her scoring average this season of 79.8 is the best in her four seasons at Northwood. The low round of her season came in the first round of the Music City Invitational October 14.
This was also the first time in Martus' career that she earned All-GLIAC recognition. She matched Taylor Harding with a scoring average of 79.8. Martus tied for Northwood's lowest round of the year at the William Beall Fall Classic, carding a third-round 72 October 8.
Northwood finished the fall season ranked seventh in the East region, second among all GLIAC teams (Grand Valley State).