Day 3 recap: USC wins West, six Pac-12 teams headed to NCAA women's golf championships
Six was the magic number for the Conference of Champions when it came to the NCAA women's golf regionals on Saturday. USC won its school-record sixth tournament of the season by finishing atop the West Regional leader board. Arizona and Oregon finished in a three-way tie for sixth with San Jose State to advance out of the West Regional. And six Pac-12 schools overall advanced to the NCAA women's golf championships May 21-24 in Athens, Ga.: USC, Stanford, Oregon, Arizona, Arizona State and UCLA.
However, the most impressive round of the day was posted by Kyung Kim, who shot a regional-low and school-record 63. Her 8-under today propelled her into a tie for third with Vanderbilt's Kendall Martindale at 3-under overall. The sixth tournament win of the season for USC broke the program record of five that was achieved in 2005 and 2008.
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The Sun Devils will take their talents to Athens along with Duke, Oklahoma, Mississippi State, Florida, UC Davis, Wisconsin and Michigan State from the Central Regional.
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