Bears Finish in Sixth at Pac-10 Championships

April 21, 2010

EUGENE, Ore. - The No. 17 California women's golf team finished in sixth place with a final score of 909 at the Pac-10 Championships, which were held at the Eugene Country Club in Eugene, Ore. Sophomore Joanne Lee finished in a tie for eighth in the individual standings after shooting a 4-over 76 on Wednesday to give her a four over par for the three days combined (220).

Arizona claimed the team title (878), which was the seventh in school history and the first since the Wildcats won five-of-six conference titles from 1997-2002. UCLA (881) finished in second with Oregon (889) taking third.

Following Lee, Roseanne Niven finished second among the Bears and tied for 21st overall. Niven shot a 79 on Wednesday to give her a final score of 226. Pia Halbig also finished in the top 30 overall, coming in 28th with a final three-day score of 230 (81 on Wednesday).

Arizona State's Carlota Ciganda won the individual title on the first playoff hole over her teammate Juliana Murcia to become the only back-to-back and two-time individual conference champion in Pac-10 history.

The 2010 NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championships selection will be announced on Monday, April 26.

Team Standings

1 	Arizona	+14 	F 	 E 	293 	297 	288 	8782 	UCLA	+17 	F 	  +6 	289 	298 	294 	8813 	Oregon, U. of	+25 	F 	  +2 	292 	307 	290 	8894 	USC	+27 	F 	  +1 	284 	318 	289 	8915 	Washington	+42 	F 	  +8 	296 	314 	296 	9066 	California	+45 	F 	  +29 	287 	305 	317 	9097 	Stanford	+64 	F 	  +23 	301 	316 	311 	9288 	Washington State	+101 	F 	  +30 	317 	330 	318 	9659 	Oregon State	+103 	F 	  +33 	317 	329 	321 	967- 	Arizona State	DNF 	F 	 - 	283 	D 	D 	DNF

6 	California 	        287 	305 	317 	909

T8 Joanne Lee (1) 67 77 76 220T21 Roseanne Niven (2) 74 73 79 22628 Pia Halbig (3) 74 75 81 230T30 Jacqueline Williams (5) 72 80 81 23347 Emily Childs (4) 86 89 84 259

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