Since Bradley won the Bradley Spring Invitational on April 1-2, 2017, this is the Braves’ first team championship since the program’s inception in 1989. This is additionally Bradley’s most memorable Redbird Invitational win beginning around 2000, which was the second-at any point group title for the Conquers.

The previous program-best 54-hole score of 865 (+1) set at the 2017 Cardinal Classic was broken by the Braves, who shot 865 (+1). Prior to this tournament, the Braves’ lowest score at Weibring Golf Club was 888, which was recorded during the 2019-20 season.

Bradley started the competition with a 291 in the main round prior to terminating consecutive adjusts with scores of 287. The team came back in the third round’s final holes to win the team championship by one stroke over the host, Illinois State, who finished as a +2.

Grace Aromando, a senior, wins her first Division I individual title in her career. This is the main individual title won by a Valiant since Taylor Ledwein won the Jan Weaver Invitational in Murray, Ky., on April 9-10, 2021.

Aromando took her most memorable profession title in noteworthy style, shooting scores of 67 in adjusts one and two preceding fixing the title with a program-best-tying, vocation best low score of 66 in cycle three. Aromando won the tournament by four strokes over Illinois State’s Jinyoung Yun and 15 strokes over St. Thomas’ Isabelle Lynch, who finished with a staggering -16.

Aromando’s 54-hole score of 200 surpasses Danielle Lemek’s previous Bradley record of 212, which she set twice in 2013-14.

Overall, this marks the first time since Ally Scaccia’s victory in the 2017 Bradley Spring Invitational that Bradley women’s golf has won both a team and an individual championship at a golf meet.

Somewhere else in the field, rookie Jillian Cosler proceeded with her extraordinary beginning to her school vocation, completing in eighth spot subsequent to scoring a three-round score of 217 (+1), an individual best. With a score of 218 (+2), sophomore Allison Pacocha came in right behind her.

Individual Records

Effortlessness Aromando’s 66 in cycle three: Aromando’s 200 over three rounds is tied for the lowest single-round score in Bradley Women’s Golf history. lowest by 12 strokes in team history Aromando’s two 67s: Cosler’s 217 over three rounds is tied for the third lowest single-round score in team history. least by a rookie in group history, tied for the fourteenth most minimal in group history

35th Individual Title ever, first starting around 2021

Group Records

865 three-round group score: lowest by 11 strokes in team history with 287s in rounds two and three: tied for the second-least group single round score in history

291 in cycle one: 19th Team Championship, first since 2017, tied for the eighth lowest single round team score in history.

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