Annarummo, Chai-Onn and Cuttone Add Onto Women’s Golf Program
Saints Stand 23rd of 24 Teams Through 18 Holes
Received NCAA Automatic Bid for Central Regional
Women's Golf Wins MAAC Title for 13th time
Junior Victoria Nguyen Finishes One Stroke Behind Leader
The Siena Women's Golf program won an unprecedented 13 consecutive MAAC Championships from 2001-14, with Wronowski guiding the Saints to the most recent eight during his first nine seasons leading the program. For his efforts, he has been named the MAAC Coach of the Year three times (2011, 2012, 2014).
Last season, Wronowski led the Saints to a third place finish in the MAAC Championships, where Siena placed two golfers in the top five. Kristen Bromley finished third followed by Divya Manthena coming in fourth.
In 2015 the Saints were led by Wronowski to a second place finish in the MAAC Championships. Siena landed three golfers in the top seven, the only team to do so. Victoria Nguyen finished second, Kristen Bromley finished third and Mary Fletcher finished seventh to round out the top-three.
In 2014 Wronowski guided the Saints to the program's 13th straight MAAC Championship and second NCAA Tournament Appearance. Named the 2014 MAAC Coach of the Year, Wronowski and the Saints advanced to the NCAA Central Regional in Stillwater, Okla. where they finished 24th overall.
The 2011-12 season was a memorable one for the program. The Saints closed out the regular season by winning the Hartford Invitational before capturing the conference title. In the first season in which the MAAC Champion received an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament, the Saints captured the conference championship by a whopping 53-stroke margin. As a result, Siena participated in the NCAA Central Regional in Columbus, Ohio where they finished 24th overall.
The golf team has excelled both on and off the golf course since Wronowski took over the program. The team has had 14 players named to the NGCA Academic All-American team. Additionally, the program has earned Public Recognition Awards from the NCAA in three of the past four seasons for posting Academic Progress Rates (APR) in the top-10 percent of all women's golf programs across the membership.
Wronowski comes to Siena after a stellar playing career at Skidmore College where he was named to the Golf Coaches Association of America All-American Honorable Mention list and earned Academic All-American honors. As part of the nationally ranked Skidmore team, he won two events and was named to his alma mater's Hall of Fame in 2005.