MOBILE, Ala., (May 1, 2018) – Bishop State Community College’s women’s golf program will bring its inaugural regular season to a close by sending its only player to the national championship. Rev Lizabeth Alcantara, from the Philippines, will be the first individual athlete from Bishop State to compete at the national level. Rev, as she prefers, is a freshman focusing on general studies at Bishop State. She plans to pursue a bachelor’s degree while continuing to compete in golf at a four-year institution. Rev was recently inducted into Phi Theta Kappa, an international honor society of two-year colleges, with a 4.0 GPA. Rev will compete in the National Junior College Athletic Association’s Women’s Championship in Mesa, Arizona May 14-17, 2018. Below are the stats for Rev’s 2018 season. To learn more about Bishop State’s men’s and women’s golf teams, please contact Ronald Davis at (251) 405-7204 or
Tournament Date 1st 2nd Score Position
Gulf Shores Intercollegiate Invitational* Oct. 22-23 80 78 158 2nd Medalist
Northeast Community College Invitational Feb. 26-27 80 70 150 1st Medalist
Calhoun Community College Invitational March 19-20 81 77 158 2nd Medalist**
Region XXII Women’s Championship April 16-17 85 87 172 4th Medalist
NJCAA National Women’s Championship May 14-17
*Only junior college player against all 4-year colleges and universities **Lost in a play-off

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