Sophomore Allisen Corpuz fired a 3-under 69 while freshman Jennifer Chang carded an even 72 to lead No. 4 USC into a tie for third place after the first round of the 2018 Pac-12 Women's Golf Championships on Sunday (April 22) at the Broadmoor C.C. in Seattle, Wash.
The No. 4 USC women's golf team, a five-time winner this season featuring a vastly changed lineup for the spring semester that has won three tournaments in a row, is set for the Pac-12 Championships, Sunday through Tuesday (April 22-24), at the Broadmoor C.C. in Seattle, Wash.
Sophomore Allisen Corpuz fired a career-best 5-under 67 while freshman Jennifer Chang's 2-under 70 was good enough to earn her first co-medalist honor as the No. 5 USC women's golf team captured the Silverado Showdown by 10 strokes for its third win a row to close the regular season at the Silverado Resort and Spa in Napa, Calif., on Tuesday (April 10).
Freshman Gabi Ruffels fired a 2-under 70 while freshman Jennifer Chang's 72 kept her in a tie for first, the duo helping No. 5 USC stay within two strokes of first after the second round of the Silverado Showdown at the Silverado Resort and Spa in Napa, Calif., on Monday (April 9).
Freshman Jennifer Chang fired a 6-under 66, USC's best round in almost two years, to lead the No. 5 USC women's golf team to first place after the first round of the Silverado Showdown on Sunday at the Silverado Resort in Napa, Calif., on Sunday (April 8).