NCAA Women's Golf Regional Wrap-ups
The Seahawks ended the 54-hole event with a 323-322-324=969 total, one shot ahead of Horizon League champion Butler, who finished at 321-334-315=970.
No. 3 Southern California capped its wire-to-wire victory with a two-under-par total of 286 on Saturday to finish with a tournament scorecard of 298-290-286=874, 25 strokes ahead of No. 10 Vanderbilt, who claimed second place with a 308-292-299=899 result. No. 33 Purdue took third with a 301-307-294=902 total and No. 14 Tennessee claimed fourth at 306-308-290=904.
For UNCW, sophomore Laverry Kumar shot a final-round 79 to finish the event with a 80-76-79=235 scorecard and earn a share of 57th place. Seniors Sofia Hagsund and Alei Mitchell wrapped up their collegiate careers with an 81 and 83, respectively as Hagsund finished part of a tie for 88th with a 79-81-81=240 tournament total while Mitchell took 123rd at 88-86-85=259. Sophomores Lori Beth Adams (82-82-81=245/T-104th) and Jeanne Metivier (83-83-83=249/T-113th) completed UNCW's entry.
USC's Lisa McCloskey
(73-68-72=213) and Florida State's Maria Salinas (71-72-70=213) shared
individual medalist honors as both players finished the tournament at
three-under-par. Vanderbilt's Marina Alex claimed third with a
one-under-par result of 70-73-72=215.
Lorentzen finished with a 54-hole total of five-over 211 on the par-72, 6,253-yard layout, finishing in a tie for 19th place. Playing as an individual, she needed to finish as one of the top two individuals not on one of the top eight teams to advance to the NCAA Championship finals.
The senior from Soroe, Denmark, finishes her career as one of the most decorated student-athletes in Georgia State annals. She is a three-time Colonial Athletic Association Golfer of the Year, two time CAA champion and two-time CAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Her career scoring average of 74.69 is the lowest in school history.