Blakesly Warren Brock '14 Wins USGA Mid-Am

Blakesly Warren Brock '14 won the United States Golf Association's U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Championship, becoming Baylor's first female USGA national champion. Lew Oehmig '35 and Bill Ploeger '58 were USGA Senior champions, Oehmig a three-time winner and three-time runner-up at the event.

Brock finished the feat on Thursday, Sept. 30, defeating Aliea Clark 5 and 4 in the finals at Berkeley Hall Club in Bluffton, S.C. The third youngest player to win the Women's Mid-Am, Brock won six straight holes, starting with the seventh hole, to take control of the match. The championship earns Brock an exemption into the 2022 U.S. Women's Open.

Read more at usga.com.

Brock was a two-time individual state champion at Baylor, winning the title in 2012 and 2013 and finishing runner-up in 2011. She played on two Raider championship teams, also in '12 and '13. 


And, speaking of state championships for Baylor golf... girls' and boys' golf teams both successfully defended last year's state championships, winning the 20th for each team and taking both girls' and boys' crowns in the same year for the 14th time. Read the story on the Raider Recap.


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