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Ducks Take Fifth Place At Anuenue Invitational
Release Date: 03/27/2013
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KAPALUA, Hawai’i—The No. 38 University of Oregon women’s golf team finished the Anuenue Spring Break Invitational in fifth place in Kapalua, Hawai’i. The three-day, three-round tournament at Par 72, 6,036 yard Bay Course concluded Wednesday, March 27th.

The Ducks (301-295-290-886) shot 2-over 290 in the final round to move up from eighth place to fifth place overall.

Hawai’i native and sophomore Cassy Isagawa (73-73-70-216) moved up five spots to a tie for 12th overall after shooting 2-under 70 in the third round, her best of the event. “I had a lot of fun being home and seeing all my family and friends,” said Isagawa. “I had a tough finish for my first two rounds but played a lot more steady this final round. I’m satisfied with my finish and I’m looking forward to the next tournament.”

Freshman Caroline Inglis (77-73-72-222) also shot her best round of the tournament as she shot a par-72 on Wednesday to move from 36th to a tie for 30th overall. Sophomore Monica Petchakan (76-76-71-223) finished third amongst the Ducks, moving up twelve spots on the final day from 46th to a tie for 34th as she shot her best round, a 1-under 71.

“The entire team kept a great attitude and stayed positive all week long and we were able to finish strong today,” said Petchakan. “It was relaxing looking out into the ocean on every hole.” Sophomore Cali Hipp (75-82-77-234) shot a 5-over 77 on the final day, while senior Avery Sills (83-73-80-236) closed things out for the Ducks with an 8-over 80.

Pepperdine’s Grace Na (67-71-68-206) regained the top spot after briefly giving it up to runner-up Tonje Daffinrud (72-65-74-211), whose 7-under 65 in round two tied a course record. UCLA’s Erynne Lee (77-73-65-215) also tied the record on the third day and finished in a tie for ninth place overall.

The Pac-12 had a strong showing at the tournament as No. 11 UCLA (295-283-276-854) finished in first place, while No. 10 Washington (287-286-285-858) and No. 17 Arizona State (289-293-280-862) rounded out the top three.

Complete hole-by-hole results are available through here.

The Ducks will compete in the Ping/ASU Invitational on April 12th to 14th at the Karsten Golf Course in Tempe, Ariz.

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