May 04, 2021

The men's and women's golf teams captured their first-ever Landmark Conference championships.

Women's golf team holding up championship banner and trophy 
Led by Landmark Conference Player of the Year, junior Mary Colella, the Catholic University women's golf team captured its first-ever conference championship April 17 at Fox Hollow Golf Club.

The Cardinals totaled the second-lowest score in the four-year history of the event with a 352 to win the championship by 11 strokes over Goucher (363). Drew record the lowest championship round with a second-round 247 on April 28, 2019.

After earning Rookie of the Year honors in 2019, Colella earned Player of the Year after winning the individual title with a school-record 80 to finish eight-over par, four strokes ahead of Susquehanna's Sarah Reider.

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Men's golf team holding up championship banner and trophy

Led by Landmark Conference Player of the Year, junior Zach Mueller, the Catholic University men's golf team captured its first-ever conference championship April 24 at Scotch Valley Country Club.

The Cardinals totaled a school record 299 to win the championship by eight strokes over Scranton, ending Goucher's three-year reign as defending championship with the lowest round in the four-year history of the event.

The Cardinals bested the school record of 300 set in the first round of the Revolutionary Classic on Oct. 12, 2019 at Chesapeake Bay Golf Club.

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