Wong leads UC Davis victory

Andrea Wong and Paige Lee of UC Davis finished one-two and led the Aggies to victory in the Anuenue Spring Break Classic on the Bay Course at Kapalua Resort in Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii.

Wong, a junior from San Francisco, won for the second time this season with a score of 71-68-70–209, 7-under-par, while Lee, a sophomore from Folsom, finished at 68-72-72–212.

“Andrea and Paige played very well this week and it was fun for the team to see them step up in that way,” Coach Anna Temple said. “It was great to have two players competing for the individual title and to push each other in that way.”

Caroline Inglis of Oregon was third at 75-68-72–215, and Bertine Straus of Texas shot 71-74-71–216 to tie for fourth with Jenny Haglund of Southern Methodist, who came in at 72-73-71–216.

For San Jose State, My Leander tied for seventh at 75-72-71–218, Regan DeGuzman tied for ninth at 72-77-70–219, and Megan Osland tied for 19th at 75-70-76–221.

Betty Chen of UC Davis tied for 19th at 76-73-72–221, Savannah Vilaubi of UC Riverside tied for 28th at 75-74-77–226, while her Highlander teammate Haley Wian shot 76-76-75–227 to tie for 30th with Ashley Noda of Santa Clara, who totaled 76-78-73–227.

UC Davis posted a winning score of 290-287-286–863, followed by Texas at 288-294-289–871, Louisville at 290-299-285–874, SMU at 299-292-287–878 and Oregon at 301-284-294–879.

“This win was a great team effort,” said Temple, whose Aggies won for the first time since capturing their fifth consecutive Big West Conference title last April and their first regular-season victory since the 2013 Hoosier Invitational.

“Every single player contributed to our team score and to finish under par for 54 holes was a good accomplishment.”

San Jose State was sixth at 299-289-296–884, Santa Clara wound up ninth at 306-305-301–912 and UC Riverside finished 307-307-307–921.

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