Beavers To Compete Against Ducks In Two-Day Event
CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Oregon State women's golf will compete against Oregon in a stroke-play event this Saturday and Sunday at Trysting Tree Golf Club.
The format is head-to-head stroke play with a point awarded to the winner of the front nine, back nine and overall match. Rounds begin at 10 a.m. both days.
Competing for the Beavers are Chayse Gomez, Amanda Minni, Mari Nishiura, Nicole Schroeder, Ellie Slama, Danique Stokmans and Issy Taylor.
A limited number of spectators will be allowed due to COVID-19 protocols. If interested in attending, please contact Oregon State assistant coach Kelly Kervliet at 541-207-4267. Proper face coverings are mandatory at all times when in the parking lot and on the course at Trysting Tree.
This will be Oregon State's first competitive event since the 2019-20 season was canceled after two spring tournaments due to COVID-19.
The Beavers were enjoying one of the best seasons in program history before the cancellation. They finished No. 29 in the Golfweek rankings, the highest finish in program history, and won two team titles (Cougar Cup, Meadow Club Invitational).
The single-season scoring average of 73.33 was the second best in program history and they posted the lowest single-round score in program history with a 10-under 278 at the Cougar Cup.
Individually, three golfers finished in Oregon State's top 10 for single-season scoring averages: Ellie Slama (second, 72.72); Issy Taylor (fourth, 72.94) and Chayse Gomez (eighth, 74.33).
Nicole Schroeder tied the single-round school record with a 6-under 66 at the Cougar Cup.
Amanda Minni, Lauren Murphy, Mari Nishiura, Schroeder and Slama were named to the Pac-12 Spring Academic Honor Roll.
Oregon State Athletics strives to Build Excellent Authentic Visionary Student-Athletes (Go BEAVS).