Ducks Fly to Tenn. for Mason Rudolph Championship
Release Date: 09/17/2012
• Event: Mason Rudolph Women’s Championship
• Dates: Friday through Sunday, September 21-23, 2012
• Location: Vanderbilt Legends Club North Course in Nashville, Tennessee
• Par: 72, 6,454 yards
• Host: Vanderbilt University (www.vucommodores.com)
• Format: 54- hole tournament- 18 holes each day
• Participants: Arizona, Georgia, Kentucky, Memphis, OREGON, North Carolina, Stanford, Texas A&M, Texas, Tulane, UT Chattanooga, Vanderbilt, Virginia, Wake Forest
• Oregon Ducks Competing: Cassy Isagawa, Caroline Inglis, Cali Hipp, Monica Petchakan, and Hanule Sky Seo
• Results Live: golfstat.com
• Results Link: http://www.golfstatresults.com/public/index.cfm?tournament_id=3568
EUGENE, Ore.- The University of Oregon women’s golf team is coming off a third place finish at the 2012 Topy Cup and looks to build off that performance in their second tournament of the fall season at the Mason Rudolph Women’s Championship in Nashville, Tenn.
The three-day, 54-hole event will take place at the Vanderbilt Legends Club North Course from Friday, Sept. 21 through Sunday, Sept. 23.
Last year, Middle Tennessee State won the event with score of 8-under 844. Nine teams that finished in last year’s Golfstat Top 25 will compete in this year’s tournament. Arizona, Stanford and Oregon will be representing the Pac-12.
Cassy Isagawa, Caroline Inglis, Cali Hipp, Monica Petchakan and Hanule Sky Seo will be competing for the Ducks. In last week’s 2012 Topy Cup in Tanagura, Japan sophomore Isagawa picked up medalist honors, winning her first tournament as a collegian. Freshman Inglis finished in a tie for 16th in her first collegiate action. Hipp and Petchakan both competed in the Topy Cup as well, placing 24th and 27th respectively. After three seasons at Penn State, senior Hanule Sky Seo will compete in her first tournament as a Duck.
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