Then helps USC to second in Irvine Invite

Gabby Then of USC shared medalist honors with Marijosse Navarro of Texas A&M and led the third-ranked Trojans to a tie for second in the UC Irvine Invitational at Santa Ana Country Club.

Then, a sophomore from Rancho Cucamonga, finished with a score of 70-68-73–211, 5-under-par to claim a share of her first college title, while Navarro wound up at 72-68-71–211.

“(Then) played really well,” USC Coach Andrea Gaston said. “She was really consistent. Her preparation has been terrific over the last two tournaments. She’s doing a lot of things right, paying attention to detail and doing well at practice.”

Kassidy Teare of Long Beach State totaled 75-71-70–216 and tied for seventh with Marissa Chow of Pepperdine, who wound up at 73-70-73–216, and Amy Lee of USC shot 71-73-73–217 and finished in a tie for 10th that included Torjan teammate Kyung Kim, who totaled 70-78-69–217.

Lauren Kim of Stanford posted a score of 72-69-77–218 and tied for 18th with Milagros Chaves of San Diego State, who came in at 69-73-76–218, while Mariah Stackhouse of Stanford wound up at 74-72-74–220 to tie for 21st with Paige Lee of UC Davis, who finished at 74-71-75–220.

Washington captured the team title at 283-283-288–854, followed by USC at 287-290-288–865, Texas A&M at 286-292-292–870 and UNLV at 301-294-276–871.

UC Davis was seventh at 298-291-300–889, followed by San Diego State at 289-296-306–891 and Pepperdine at 293-302-299–894.

Stanford finished 11th at 300-298-303–901, followed by Long Beach State at 309-304-304–917 and UC Irvine at 308-303-311–922.


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