Sophomore Alyaa Abdulghany posted a career-best 67 while freshman Malia Nam matched it, leading four Trojans under par and five who were even or better as the No. 3 USC women's golf team took a 12-stroke lead after the Stanford Intercollegiate first round on Friday (Oct. 19).
The No. 3 USC women's golf team, under first-year head coach Justin Silverstein and coming off of its first win of the season, is in Northern California this week for the Stanford (Calif.) Intercollegiate, Friday through Sunday (Oct. 19-21), at the Stanford G.C.
Sophomore Gabriela Ruffels used a 1-under 71 to clinch her first career collegiate title while sophomore Jennifer Chang also fired a 71 to lead No. 4 USC to a five-stroke victory at the Windy City Collegiate at the Westmoreland C.C. in Wilmette, Ill., on Tuesday (Oct. 2), securing Justin Silverstein's first win as USC's head coach.
Sophomore Gabriela Ruffels fired a career best 6-under 66 in the second of two rounds today at the Windy City Collegiate at the Westmoreland C.C. in Wilmette, Ill., taking the individual lead at 9-under while leading the Trojans to within a stroke of first on Monday (Oct. 1).
The No. 5 USC women's golf team, under first-year head coach Justin Silverstein and featuring a pair of All-Americans, continues the fall season at the Windy City Collegiate at the Westmoreland C.C. in Wilmette, Ill., Monday and Tuesday (Oct. 1-2).
Freshman Malia Nam fired a final-round 3-under 69 to finish second by one stroke while sophomores Jennifer Chang and Gabriela Ruffels were also both under par to lead No. 6 USC on the final day of the ANNIKA Intercollegiate at the Royal G.C. in Lake Elmo, Minn., on Wednesday (Sept. 19).