San Jose State teammates Abegail Arevalo and Natasha Andrea Oon shared the individual title and led the Spartans to a three-stroke victory over Georgia in the Gold Rush at Old Ranch Country Club www.oldranch.com in Seal Beach.
The Spartans claimed their second title of the season with a score of 288-290-295—873, followed by Georgia at 300-287-289—876, Long Beach State at 300-290-293—883, Sacramento State at 295-285-304—884 and Brigham Young at 297-296-292—885.
“We had a successful trip to Long Beach full of adversity, grit building, and victories!” Coach Dana Doorman of San Jose State wrote in a post on Facebook.
Kentucky was sixth at 304-297-291—892, followed by Gonzaga at 308-292-294—894, and Colorado State at 306-298-295—899, while UNLV totaled 302-298-301—901 to tie for ninth with Idaho, which wound up at 300-303-298—901.
Santa Clara finished 11th at 302-304-299—905, while Fresno State was 13th at 294-302-312—908 and Cal State Fullerton was 14th at 315-300-306—921.
Arevalo, a senior from the Philippines shared her second title of the season and third of her San Jose State career with a score of 70-67-77—214, 2-under, while Oon, a freshman from Malaysia, finished on top for the second time at 70-74-70—214.
Julia Becker of Sacramento State shot 69-71-75—215 to tie for third with Sophie Hausmann of Idaho, who finished at 73-69-73—215.
Claire Choi of Santa Clara was fifth at 72-73-71—216, while Maria Davis of Long Beach State totaled 73-68-76—217 to tie for sixth with Casey Ott of Kentucky, who wound up at 69-78-70—217.
Jenny Bae of Georgia was eighth at 73-73-72—218, while Harmie Constantino of Georgia of finished at 78-70-71—219 to tie for ninth with Rose Huang of Brigham Young, who shot 72-75-72—219, Gaby Coello of Georgia, who wound up at 75-72-72—219, and Sarah Shipley of Kentucky, who came in at 76-72-71—219.
Brigitte Thibault led Fresno State in a tie for 13th at 75-70-75—220 and Pauline Welker of Cal State Fullerton tied for 33rd at 79-74-73—226.
Rounding out the scoring for team champion San Jose State were Alexandra Cooper in a tie for 24th at 75-76-73—224, Antonia Malate in a tie for 53rd at 73-77-81—231, and Franziska Friedrich in 82nd at WD-73-75—148.
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