Wheeling Jesuit University women's golfer, Kasey Frazier, turned-in her final scorecard of the NCAA Division II Women's Golf Super Regional with a low-round 75 strokes. The WVIAC Player of the Year completed the 54-hole tournament with a 3-day total of 229 strokes to claim the NCAA Division II Super Regional Championship.
Frazier completed the opening round at the Joliet Country Club with 77 strokes and fifth overall. The freshman from Galloway, N.J. posted another 18-hole round 77 stroke total and climbed two spots in the 49-player field. On the final day of the tournament, Frazier improved by two strokes to claim the title.
With the Super Regional Championship win, Frazier will advance to the 2013 NCAA Division II Women's National Championship Tournament, May 15-18, at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Jenny Konop (University of Indianapolis), Holly James (Ashland University) and Regan Pittard (UIndy) all finished in second place with 3-day totals of 232 strokes while Amy Thompson (UIndy) rounded out the Top 5 with 234 strokes. UIndy won the team scoring with 924 strokes followed by Ashland University (970 strokes) and California University of Pa. (971 strokes). The top three teams along with the top three individuals not with a team from each super regional advanced to the championships.