USC, Stanford Advance in NCAAs

USC and Stanford finished in the top eight of stroke play and advanced to the match play portion of the NCAA Division I Women’s Championship that will determine the national champion at Blessings Golf Club in Fayetteville, Ark.

Maria Fassi (pictured) of Arkansas, playing on her home course, claimed the individual national title.

Texas captured the stroke play portion of the tournament with a score of 302-294-287—883, 7-under-par, followed by Duke at 305-281-304—890, USC at 306-289-298—893 and host Arkansas at 302-296-302—900.

Rounding out the top eight were Wake Forest at 309-299-294—902, Arizona at 304-294-306—904, Stanford at 304-300-302—906 and Auburn at 313-295-307—915.

San Jose State finished 19th at 324-302-312—938 and UCLA was 20th at 315-308-318—941.

In the quarterfinals of match play, Texas faces Auburn, Duke takes on Stanford, USC goes against Arizona and Arkansas meets Wake Forest.

Fassi took the individual title with a score of 72-71-68—211, 8-under, followed by Sierra Brooks of Florida at 75-67-73—215, Bianca Pagdanganan of Arizona at 69-74-74—217, Hailee Cooper of Texas at 80-69-69—218 and Amanda Hollandsworth of Virginia Tech at 75-72-72—219.

Albane Valenzuela of Stanford was sixth at 74-73-73—220, Amelia Garvey of USC shot 74-73-74—221 to tie for seventh with Jaravee Boonchant of Duke, who finished at 76-71-74—221, and Natasha Andrea Oon of San Jose State was ninth at 79-71-72—222.

Aline Krauter of Stanford totaled 74-76-73—223 to tie for 10th with Agathe Laisne of Texas (75-74-74—223), Gina Kim of Duke (78-70-75—223), Kaitlyn Papp of Texas (77-74-72—223), Frida Kinhult of Florida State (77-73-73—223), and Emilee Hoffman of Texas (72-79-72—223.

Patty Tavatanakit led UCLA in a tie for 43rd at 75-77-78—230.

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