Arizona State Beats USC by 12 in Hawaii

David Puig of Arizona State won his second straight individual title and led the Sun Devils to a 12-stroke victory over USC in the Amer Ari Invitational at Hapuna Golf Course in Waimea on the Big Island of Hawaii.

Puig, a sophomore from Spain who won the Southwestern Invitational in his last start as Arizona State finished second, carded a score of 67-68-68—203, 13-under-par, while Sixian Guo of USC shot 68-68-71—207 to tie for second with Blake Wagoner of Arizona State, who finished at 63-71-73—207, and Ryggs Johnston of Arizona State was fourth at 71-68-69—208.

Shane Ffrench of USC posted a score of 70-69-70—209 to tie for fifth with Sean Yu of San Jose State, who finished at 68-71-70—209, while Carson Barry of Oregon State shot 73-71-66—210 to tie for seventh with Connor Howe of Georgia Tech, who wound up at 67-76-67—210 and Mason Andersen of Arizona State, who totaled 70-70-70—210.

Cameron Henry of USC carded a score of 70-72-69—211 to tie for 10th with Noah Norton of Georgia Tech, who finished at 68-77-66—211, and Cameron Sisk of Arizona State, who came in at 67-69-75—211.

Arizona State posted a winning score of 275-275-277—827, 37-under, followed by USC at 280-278-281—839, while Oregon State totaled 289-286-279—854 to tie for third with Georgia Tech, which wound up at 274-301-279—854.

San Jose State was fifth at 287-289-294—870, followed by Washington at 285-305-288—878, Hawaii-Hilo at 306-331-298—935, and Hawaii at 302-324-312—938.

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