HOUSTON, Tex. - Weaver shot an 80 (+8) round three to secure a top ten finish at the NCAA DIII Women's Golf Championships this afternoon. She finished tied at seventh with a 300 (+12) total on the week.
As the first Berry women's golfer to earn a bid to the NCAA Championship, Weaver represented her alma mater well all week shooting rounds of 72, 76, 72 and 80 en route to a strong finish.
Head Coach Brian Farrer was beside her every step of the way, and said that Weaver's strong week was also a representation of her Berry career as a whole.
"Sydney had a great week. I'm sure she would love to have a couple of shots back today, but she fought hard and represented Berry in a great way this week," Farrer said. "She has been a great leader, teammate and mentor among other key roles these last four years."
Weaver also noted how she embraced the opportunity to compete at the national level over the past week.
"This week has been an amazing experience that I had worked four years for," Weaver said. "It has been an honor to represent Berry and I hope to see the whole team make it to nationals next year."