ELMHURST, Ill. – Denver's Mariell Bruun and South Dakota's Brenna Lervick were named Summit League Women's Golfers of the Week for their performances during the week of March 29-April 4.
MARIELL BRUUN, DENVER
Sr. // Larvick, Norway
- Earned her third Golfer of the Week honor on the season
- Finished in first place out of 10 golfers with a 36-hole 143 (71-72) at the Pioneer Invitational
- Finished the week with a 71.5 stroke average
BRENNA LERVICK, South Dakota
Sr. // Chanhassen, Minn.
- Earned her first Golfer of the Week award on the season, in addition to Golfer of the Month in October
- Collected her fifth top-5 finish of the year after taking second place out of 62 golfers with a 54-hole 216 (71-72-73) at the Bradley Invitational
- Her 54-hole score is her lowest on the season
- Finished the week with a 72.0 stroke average
Also nominated: Monica Dorner, Fort Wayne; Heidi Steinert, IUPUI; Allie Leingang, Western Illinois
Previous Honorees: September – Hallie Getz, SDSU; October – Brenna Lervick, South Dakota / Megan Mingo, South Dakota State; Feb. 1 – Mariell Bruun, Denver; Feb. 15 – Islamiah Fuad, South Dakota State; Feb. 22 – Mariell Bruun, Denver; March 1 – Kennedy Ishee, Oral Roberts; March 8 – Megan Mingo, South Dakota State; March 15 – Teresa Toscano, South Dakota State; March 22 – Megan Mingo, South Dakota State; March 29 – Lauren Whyte, Denver / Aneta Abrahamova, IUPUI
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