Bradley Wraps Up LSU Career at NCAA's

Elise Bradley (center) with Alexis Rather (left) and head coach Karen Bahnsen (right)
Elise Bradley (center) with Alexis Rather (left) and head coach Karen Bahnsen (right)
Tim Cowie
Kent Lowe (@LSUkent)
Kent Lowe (@LSUkent)
Communications Sr. Associate

EUGENE, Ore. – LSU senior and graduate Elise Bradley completed her LSU playing career with her final round in the NCAA Women’s Golf Championship Sunday at the Eugene Country Club.

Bradley finished the 54-hole qualifying in the individual competition at 10-over 226 with rounds of 72-75-79. Bradley on Sunday was unable to make up any ground with seven bogeys on the card and will not advance to Monday’s final round for the individual championship and the teams that will advance to the women’s match play competition that starts on Tuesday.

Bradley finishes in 96th play, not making the cut to the final 84 players that will play the Monday round (the members of the 15 top teams and nine more players not on those teams).

Bradley made the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year, in 2015 with the LSU team and this year as an individual qualifying with a T4 finish in the Baton Rouge regional earlier this month.

 

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