2006 Northern Athletics Conference Women's Golf Weekly Awards

September 25 - October 1

Nicole Gluzinski, Edgewood College
...Senior...Lindenhurst, Ill. (Carmel)...
Gluzinski added two more medalist honors to her resume last week, now giving her five tournament titles for 2006. Gluzinski swept the inaugural NAC women's golf season by winning every NAC sanctioned event during the regular season. Gluzinski posted a solid 42 on the front nine as she finished one stroke ahead of Jennifer Knox of Concordia University Wisconsin to claim medalist honors at the Marian College Invitational held at Rolling Meadows Golf Course on Thursday. Earlier in the week Gluzinski shot an 87, 10 strokes better than the runners-up, to win the Lakeland Invitational.

Other nominees: Abbie Lecy, Wisconsin Lutheran College.

September 18-24

Jessica Beilfuss, Marian College
...5'8...Junior...Marion, Wis. (Marion)...
This past week at the Concordia Cup (Wisconsin), Beilfuss helped the Sabres capture their first team championship at an event since 2001. Beilfuss took third place at the event (116), which took place at Squires Country Club.

Other nominees: Nicole Gluzinski, Edgewood College.

September 11-17

Nicole Gluzinski, Edgewood College
...Senior...Lindenhurst, Ill. (Carmel)...
Gluzinski won her second tournament of the year, the Wisconsin Lutheran College Invitational, last Wednesday. Gluzinski fired a 90, which was four strokes better than teammate Kaitlyn Hertzog, who finished runner-up in the event. Earlier in the week the senior finished 15th at the Clarke College Invitational.

Other nominees: Brittany Butcher, Aurora University; Abbie Lecy, Wisconsin Lutheran College.

September 4-10

Nicole Gluzinski, Edgewood College
...Senior...Lindenhurst, Ill. (Carmel)...
Gluzinski captured medalist honors at the Edgewood College Invitational by winning her first collegiate tournament since the 2003 Lake Michigan Conference Championship. Playing the East Course at Yahara Hills Golf Course, Gluzinski fired an 84 on Saturday, which was also four strokes better than her first round score on Friday while playing the West Course. Her two-day total was 172, 13 better than the second place finisher Abbie Lecy of Wisconsin Lutheran College.

Other nominees: Abbie Lecy, Wisconsin Lutheran College.