UNG women’s golf takes runner-up at LeeAnn Noble Memorial

Sports, University of North Georgia


According to a press release from the University of North Georgia Athletics Department, Nighthawk junior, Megan Sabol, finished in third place individually, as the UNG women’s golf team used a final-round score of 300 to jump from a tie for seventh to second place in the final round of the LeeAnn Noble Memorial.

Sabol fired a 72 in the final round to finish the tournament with a one-over 14,5 leaving UNG in the tournament and claiming All-Tournament honors. Senior Anna Greer, finished in a tie for 13th at 149 after improving one stroke from Monday to Tuesday.

The Nighthawks shot 609 in the 36-hole event, claiming the fifth-best 36-hole score in program history. Anderson won the tournament by shooting new 18- and 36-hole tournament records, firing a one-under 287 in the final round to finish with an eight-over 584. 

The LeeAnn Noble Memorial marked the end to the fall season for UNG. The Nighthawks will next compete in the World Golf Invitational, hosted by Flagler, February 3-4.


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Megan Sabol tied for third in top five finish

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A press release from the University of North Georgia Athletics Department explained that UNG junior, Megan Sabol, is now tied for third place after the UNG women’s golf team finished in fifth place at the Patsy Rendleman Invitational at the Country Club of Salisbury held on Tuesday.

Sabol scored a one-under 71, and the Nighthawks broke the single round scoring record by eight strokes  in the final round with a two-over 290.

Sabol’s two-under 142 put her in a tie for third and All-Tournament honors, as well as the second best 36-hole score in program history. She finished two strokes behind Lenoir-Rhyne’s Abbey Hartsell for the lead. Sabol finished with eight birdies in the event, including birdieing three of the four par fives on the course in the final round.

The Nighthawks posted a 596 in the event, which is the best 36-hole score in program history, beating the Battle at Old South result from earlier this season by five strokes.

Jordyn Sims also scored, with a two-under round of 70, which tied her for second all-time in a single round with Sabol and Karson Stone. Sims had three birdies in Tuesday’s round to improve 11 strokes from the first to the second round.

Logan Archer earns All-Tournament Honors at golf invitational

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UNG Athletics Dept:

University of North Georgia senior, Logan Archer, earned the All-Tournament Honors at the Fifth Annual UNG Fall Invitational at Achasta Golf Club Tuesday, October 2. Overall, the University of North Georgia men’s golf team placed fourth at the invitational.

Archer completed all three rounds, and carded a final round 71, which resulted in an individual tie for fifth and a final of 209, seven under par. His counterpart is UNG Alumni, Joseph Jarrard, and they are tied for the second best 54-hole score in the history of the program. The Nighthawk’s overall 54-hole team score is 4-under 860, which sets the record for the best score in program history.

Young Harris won the tournament by eight strokes over Georgia College. Clayton State finished in third, while West Georgia ended fifth.

UNG women’s golf places ninth at Regional Preview

Sports, University of North Georgia


UNG Athletics Department-

The University of North Georgia women’s golf team placed ninth at the NCAA South Super Regional Preview in Cleveland, TN. The Preview was hosted by Lee University and was held at the Cleveland Country Club.

UNG junior, Jordyn Sims, ended the final round in an individual tie for 22nd. Sims’ overall three-round total was 236, earning her the fourth best 54-hole score in program history. UNG senior, Anna Greer, is now tied for fifth all-time in the same category.

The Nighthawks collectively shot a 957, which is the third best 54-hole team score in program history.They also defeated West Florida, UNC Pembroke, and Young Harris in the event, all of which were receiving votes in the first WGCA National Poll of the year.

Number 4 ranking college, Barry University, won the tournament by 13 strokes over the host Flames. Lynn University finished third, followed by Saint Leo University and Florida Technical College. Individually, Lee’s Haverly Harrold won the tournament by two strokes, shooting a two-over 218 in the 54-hole event.

UNG Women’s Golf finished third in Battle at Old South

Sports, University of North Georgia


By UNG Athletics Communications

UNG sophomore, Megan Sabol

The University of North Georgia women’s golf team clinched another top 10 finish as they finished in third place out of 17 teams at the Battle at Old South. The invitational was hosted by the University of North Carolina in Pembroke, NC. This year’s program was as 36-hole event, which set the record from past invitationals. 

The Nighthawks finished the tournament with a two-day total of 601, beating the previous record of +29 by four strokes. Both rounds of the tournament qualified for the top five all-time for a single round as a team.

UNG sophomore, Megan Sabol, shot a two-under-par 70 in the final round of the tournament, tying the her for third place. Her two-under is tied for the second best round in UNG history, tying with UNG sophomore, Karson Stone’s, round of 70 in the Columbus State University Lady Cougar Invitational in the spring of 2017.

Sabol told Fetch Your News that the Nighthawks have come a long way since last season, and that, “hard work and confidence shows. Not just with myself, but with my team…this year we are working hard and building confidence so we can play our best and go to Regionals in the spring.” Sabol also said that she has achieved two of her greatest career victories, so far, “I shot a 68 at the Patsy Rendelman Tournament last fall. I had never shot in the 60’s before and I think at that moment, I realized what I was capable of doing with my golf career. My second greatest personal victory would be winning the Peachbelt Conference Championship last spring. I had never thought that I would become Peachbelt Conference Player of the Year and then turn around and win the championship.”

UNG sophomore, Carson Roberts

Flagler College Junior, Pauline Tainton, won the tournament with a three-under 141. In the team standings, Lee won the tournament with a 36-hole total of 596, edging Florida Southern by a single stroke.

Other top 20 finishers for North Georgia were Jordyn Sims (t-14th) and Carson Roberts (t-17th).

In an interview with Fetch Your News, UNG sophomore, Carson Roberts, explained that her greatest accomplishment so far has been, “bouncing back from an injury during my first semester and being in the top five consistently. My greatest golf accomplishment so far is being confident in myself and my game and improving over the two years I have been on this team.” Roberts also expressed how close the women’s golf team has become, “The teammates I have had over two years have become my best friends, and we truly are a family. My coaches have helped me grow mentally and physically over the years and I am grateful for the time they have dedicated to our team.” 







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By UNG Athletics Communications

UNG women’s golf tops leaderboard after Full Moon BBQ Invitational

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By UNG Athletics Communications

Megan Sabol carded a one-under 71 as the University of North Georgia women’s golf team leads the Full Moon BBQ Invitational after the opening round Monday at Timberline Golf Club.

The Nighthawks shot a 302 in the opening round to lead No. 25 West Georgia by a single stroke. Montevallo is in third, finishing 10 strokes behind UNG, while West Florida and Christian Brothers sit in a tie for fourth.

Sabol started off the day with a birdie on the par-3 16th. She also birdied the par-5 11th hole to get back to one-under after a bogey earlier in the round. The junior is in second individually, two strokes behind West Georgia’s Franziska Bremm.

Rounding out the scoring four for the Nighthawks were Carson Roberts (+5), Jordyn Sims (+7) and Karson Stone (+7). Roberts is in a tie for sixth place, while Sims and Stone are in a tie for 12th. Alexis Whitney, playing as an individual, shot six-over to sit in a tie for ninth individually.

The final round is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. tomorrow morning as the teams will have a shotgun start.


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Bryson Worley Named Director of Golf/Head Men’s Coach at North Georgia

University of North Georgia
6/7/2018 | Men’s Golf
DAHLONEGA – University of North Georgia Director of Athletics Lindsay Reeves has announced the hiring of Bryson Worley as the school’s new Director of Golf at UNG. He will officially begin his duties in Dahlonega on Monday, July 2.

Worley’s primary responsibility will be serving as the head coach of the men’s team, but he will also provide strategic planning and be a unifying presence of both the men’s and women’s teams. He will be responsible for the overall successful development, planning, implementation, maintenance and evaluation of the programs.

“Bryson is extremely well-respected in the golf community,” Reeves stated. “The position had a very strong pool of candidates and we are very excited that he and his family have decided to join the Nighthawk team. Bryson’s understanding of the college golf landscape, along with his passion and vision for North Georgia is a great fit for both our university, as well as our golf programs.”

Worley comes to North Georgia from nearby Gainesville High School where he has coached the men’s golf team since 2002. He also served the Red Elephants as the Assistant Principal and Assistant Athletic Director fof Facilities. During his time with the Red Elephants, he was named the 2012 and 2013 GACA State Coach of the Year as well as a 13-time GACA Region Coach of the Year and a 10-time Gainesville Times Area Coach of the Year.

In his coaching career of 21 years, Worley has collected a pair of GHSA state championships, 10 region championships, 67 tournament victories and 131 top five finishes. He has coached 51 All-State honorees, 97 All-Area players and 26 collegiate players, including four that have played professionally. Worley’s players have played in three USGA Junior Championships and two USGA Amateur Championships.

His players have also been successful in the classroom, compiling a cumulative grade point average of 3.87 over his 21 years in the profession.

“I am so grateful to Lindsay Reeves and the rest of the UNG Department of Athletics for this amazing opportunity and for their belief and trust in me,” stated Worley. “The potential of the program is so exciting, and I could not be more enthusiastic about our ability to play for championships and contribute to the amazing athletic success of the UNG Nighthawk brand. I want our student-athletes to leave Dahlonega having had become better men and women. High expectations in the classroom, in the community and on the golf course will help realize the potential of our golf programs. I can’t wait to get started.”

Outside of the GHS walls, Worley is the current chairman of the Georgia State Golf Association Junior Golf Committee and is a member of the Chattahoochee Golf Club and City of Gainesville’s Golf Course Advisory Committee. He is also currently serving as a member of the Georgia High School Golf Coaches’ Association Executive Board and was named to the GHSA Golf Advisory Board to the Executive Director.

He has also instructed at the Chris Haack Bulldog Golf Camp at the University of Georgia since 2005 and at the Dr. Morris Pickens’ Sea Island Elite Camp.

He also created “The Herd” junior golf program which produced over 80 junior golfers from ages 8-14. Having played golf for over 30 years, Worley competes regularly in regional amateur events and has competed in the Georgia State Amateur Tournament.

Worley holds a Level 1 certification at the Titleist Performance Institute and is a certified Impact Zone instructor. He graduated from Wofford College in 1997 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science before receiving his Master of Education from Piedmont College in 2001. Most recently, he acquired his Ed.S. from UNG in 2007 in Educational Leadership.

What They Are Saying About Coach Worley

“Great hire by UNG! Bryson will do a phenomenal job with North Georgia just as he has done at Gainesville High School. He knows what it takes to not only build teams, but to win championships.”
– Chris Haack, Director of Golf/Head Men’s Golf Coach, University of Georgia

“I am very excited to have Bryson take over our men’s program. He has had a long tradition of success at Gainesville and I am positive he will start that tradition here at North Georgia. I am looking forward to working with him in this new role.”
– Leigh Anne Hunter, Head Women’s Golf Coach, University of North Georgia

“Bryson is going to be a great fit at the University of North Georgia. He is the type of coach that will create a phenomenal culture with high expectations throughout the program which will lead to them being successful.”
– Ryan Hybl, Head Men’s Golf Coach, University of Oklahoma

Logan Archer Selected As Individual For 2018 NCAA Division II South/Southeast Men’s Golf Regional

University of North Georgia
4/27/2018 | Men’s Golf
INDIANAPOLIS – University of North Georgia junior Logan Archer was selected to participate as an individual in the 2018 NCAA Division II South/Southeast Regional Men’s Golf Championship as announced by the NCAA office on Fridayafternoon.

The three-day event will be held from May 7-9 at Rock Barn Golf Club in Conover, N.C.

In order to be selected to play as an individual, a student-athlete must be from a team that did not qualify for the tournament and be one of the top four golfers in their region.

In 12 events this season, Archer is the Nighthawks’ top scorer with a 72.7 scoring average. He claimed medalist honors at the Montevallo Full Moon BBQ Invitational in the fall and shared the title at the Southern Tide Classic in the spring.

Archer, ranked No. 102 in GolfStat’s individual rankings, is the second golfer from UNG to be earn a spot in NCAA play after Matt Elliott became the first just last season.

At a minimum, the top three teams and the top two student-athletes not with a team from each regional (regardless of region) will advance to the finals May 21-15, at Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at the Shoals, Fighting Joe Course in Muscle Shoals, Ala.

Rock Barn Golf Club, Conover, N.C.
Host: Lenoir-Rhyne University

South Region Teams
West Florida [Gulf South Conference]
Florida Southern
Nova Southeastern
Florida Tech [Sunshine State Conference]
Saint Leo
Delta State
Albany State [Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference]

South Region Individuals
Matt Anderson, Valdosta State
Davis Roche, Valdosta State
Samuel Jones, West Georgia
Scott Odell, Lee

Southeast Region Teams
South Carolina Aiken [Peach Belt Conference]
Columbus State
Carson-Newman [South Atlantic Conference]
Lincoln Memorial
Young Harris
North Greenville [Conference Carolinas]
Georgia Southwestern

Southeast Region Individuals
Nick Stafford, Belmont Abbey
Levi Kettelhut, Belmont Abbey
Logan Archer, North Georgia
Wanjoo Lee, Coker

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