Bruins Win by Four Strokes in Hawaii
Oct. 31, 2007
The top-ranked UCLA women's golf team won its second event of the season Wednesday, outlasting USC at the Kent Youel Invitational at the Kapolei Golf Course in Hawaii.
The Bruins won by four shots, posting a 54-hole total of 881 (+17). USC was second with a score of 885 (+21) after posting a final round score of 290 (+2). Cal finished third at 896 (+32), followed by Oregon State at 917 (+53) and San Jose State at 918 (+54).
Individually for the Bruins, junior Tiffany Joh and Maria Jose Uribe tied for medalist honors at 217 (+1). Joh posted a final round score of 72 (E) and Uribe carded a 75 (+3). Sophomore Sydnee Michaels placed 10th at 223 (+7), following a round of 74 on Wednesday. Freshman Glory Yang tied for 11th at 224 (+8). Junior Ryann O'Toole tied for 45th at 236 (+20) following an 83 (+11) in the final round. Playing as individuals, junior Maiya Tanaka and sophomore Lalita Boonnoppornkul tied for 19th and 90th, respectively. Tanaka shot a 75 (+3) in the last round for a three-round score of 228 (+12).