Pomeroy Golf

School records set in 2012 season:

  • Team best 18 holes - 325
  • Team best 36 holes - 682
  • Individual best 18 holes - 75, Kelsey Fuqua '15 
  • Individual best 36 holes - 162, Sloane Engle '15
  • 18 hole average - 82.6, Kelsey Fuqua ' 15

Golf team established 2008


Recruiting Golfers

The Pomeroys are looking to recruit a few dedicated golfers. Interested prospective golfers should contact head coach Steve Higham.

Latest News

Pomeroys Take 1st in Season Opener

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College (SMWC) women’s golf team started off the 2014 season strong with a first-place finish at the Battle at Bloomington hosted by Indiana University-East.

2014 SMWC Golf Preview

SAINT MARY OF THE WOODS, Ind. – The 2014 Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College (SMWC) women’s golf season has arrived. This season the Pomeroys will take part in seven different events, all of which will present SMWC with both challenges and opportunities.

Patterson leads Pomeroys in final match of the season

Montgomery, Ind. – The SMWC golf team concluded their fall 2013 season at the Oakland City Invitational on Tuesday at Country Oaks Golf Course. The team finished in seventh place out of seven teams with a team score of 412. Hanover College won the event with a team score of 337 on the par 72 course.

Pomeroys finish eighth at IWU Invite

Marion, Ind. – The SMWC golf team finished eighth out of ten teams at the Indiana Wesleyan Invitational over the weekend. In the two-day tournament which started on Friday, the Pomeroys carded a team score of 781. Marian College was the top team of the invitational, scoring a 644, fifteen strokes better than runner-up Olivet Nazarene University (Ill.)

Engle third, Pomeroys fifth at Rose-Hulman Invite

Terre Haute, Ind. – Led by Sloane Engle's third place finish, the SMWC golf team turned in a fifth place performance at the Rose-Hulman Invitational over the weekend at Rea Park Golf Course. In the two-day match, the Pomeroys shot a team score of 702, one stroke away from a fourth place finish. Hanover College won the Invitational with a 671, four strokes better than host Rose-Hulman.