For the third straight year, a member of Franklin & Marshall's women's golf team earned All-Centennial Conference (CC) honors when freshman Anelise Browne '20 capped off her unprecedented first-year campaign with a fourth-place showing at the 2017 CC Championships.
Browne shaved five strokes off her day one total to shoot the fourth-lowest score out of 32 competitors in the second round, totaling a 165 (85-80) at the two-day event in late April.
She produced an 84 stroke average through seven rounds of the season while accumulating three top-five tournament performances and the Individual Title out of 32 participants at the LVC Dutchmen Spring Invitational on April 15.
Freshman Ember Toth '20 placed 27th at the CC Tournament with a 211 total (101-110), while Megan Whittier '19, who was named to the CC Sportsmanship Team for the second straight year, finished with a 217 (102-115). Harriet Waldron '17 rounded out the Diplomats' scorers at the event by knocking nine strokes off her day one total to card a 237 (123-114).