Tigresses crack 200
The Princeton Tigresses told coach Will Gross they wanted to crack the 200-stroke mark for the first time this season. Then they went out and did it Wednesday.
The Tigresses met that goal by two strokes with a 198 to defeat Three Rivers foes Rockridge (210) and DePue (262) at Chapel Hill Golf Course. Sophomore Arraia Hicks got her third meet medalist with a 46. Also for PHS (4-4), Sophia Suarez and Audra Reidner added 48s, Julie Miller a 56 and Sarah Crowe a 61.
“The girls told me at their team huddle prior to the start of the match that they decided that they wanted to break the 200 barrier for the first time this year and they worked together and accomplished just that. It’s that kind of heart and desire that makes me unable to be any more proud and honored to be their coach,” Gross said.
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