Four seniors set to start their final season at St. John's.
Annual forum unites student-athletes and athletics professionals from northeast institutions to discuss key issues and foster leadership development.
Redshirt seniors Rachel Carpenter and Jennifer Neville both earn individual titles.
Rachel Carpenter earns her first collegiate individual championship title.
Red Storm leads as play is suspended due to darkness and inclement weather.
St. John's Bread and Life
As a redshirt sophomore in 2013-14: Competed in two events as an individual in the fall season...recorded three of her four rounds with a 90...finished with a stroke average of 91.00.
As a redshirt freshman in 2012-13: Only competed in one event...carded a 95-92--187 at the St. John's Intercollegiate on Sept. 18...named to BIG EAST All-Academic Team.
At St. Patrick-St. Vincent High School:A combined 33-3 in league match play in three years ... three-year team MVP ... team captain as a sophomore and a junior ... was named all league.
At IMG Academy: Improved her stroke average by four strokes after transferring for her senior year ... served as a student ambassador.
Personal: Daughter of Matthew Hurst and Christine Walker ... from Vallejo, Calif. ... has a brother, Christopher and a sister, Sarah ... stepfather is Johnny Walker ... secretary of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee as well as an SD101 Peer Educator ... enjoys exploring NYC, hanging out with friends and researching court cases ... hopes to become a talent agent after graduation.
St. John's Career Low: 90 (3x, last at Tignanelli Towson Invitational, Rd. 2, 9/9/13)
Hurst Up Close
Why did you decide to come to St. John's: I loved the campus and the opportunities St. John's opens up for me and of course the golf.