Stanford Wins Bruin Wave Invitational

Stanford rallied in the final round to claim its second straight victory, beating Oregon by three strokes to win the Bruin Wave Invitational at San Luis Obispo Country Club

Coach Anne Walker’s fifth-ranked Cardinal, which claimed the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge in its previous start, posted a score of 299-300-296—895, 31-over-par, followed by Oregon at 296-299-303—898, Arizona State at 308-293-298—899, UCLA at 298-301-304—903 and Northwestern at 295-306-304—905.

San Diego State was sixth at 302-303-309—914, followed by Washington at 305-313-298—916, Mississippi at 307-307-304—918, Pepperdine at 306-313-308—927 and California at 319-303-306—928.

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo was 11th at 307-306-319—932, San Francisco finished 13th at 311-310-319—940 and UC Irvine was 14th at 322-315-307—944.

Olivia Mehaffey of Arizona State claimed the individual title with a score of 76-71-73—220, 4-over, followed by Petra Salko of Oregon at 73-73-75—221.

Fernanda Escauriza of San Diego State shot 71-77-76—224 to tie for third with her Aztec teammate Gioia Carpinelli, who finished at 76-72-76—224, Mariel Galdiano of UCLA at 74-75-75—224, Mika Liu of Stanford at 74-74-76—224 and Phoebe Yue of UCLA at 75-76-73—224.

Ziyi Wang of Stanford totaled 78-72-75—225 to tie for eighth with Brooke Riley of Northwestern, who wound up at 74-75-76—225, Alexandra Forsterling of Arizona State at 80-72-73—225 and Kathleen Scavo of Oregon at 73-71-81—225.

Kathrine Chan led Pepperdine in a tie for 15th at 79-75-73—227, Katherine Zhu of Cal shot 80-72-77—229 to finish in a tie for 23rd that included her Golden Bear teammate Cindy Oh, who totaled 79-76-74—229, Cameron Lee of UC Irvine tied for 29th at 79-76-75—230, Elizabeth Scholtes of Cal Poly SLO tied for 29th at 75-75-80—230 and Annika Borrelli of San Francisco tied for 36th at 71-79-81—231.

Rounding out the scoring for team champion Stanford were Andrea Lee in a tie for 12th at 74-81-71—226, Aline Krauter in a tie for 15th at 73-75-79—227, Calista Reyes in a tie for 36th at 75-80-76—231 and Albane Valenzuela in a tie for 39th at 79-79-74—232.

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