STANFORD, Calif.- The University of Oregon women’s golf team (298-301-293-892) wrapped up the fall season at the Stanford Intercollegiate in a tie for 14th place. The Ducks had their best score of the three-day event, shooting nine-over 293 at the Stanford Golf Course.

Freshman Caroline Inglis (76-77-72=225) had the best score for the Ducks today, shooting one-over 72. The Eugene, Ore. native had her best score of the tournament in the final round and finished the event in a tie for 53rd place. Sophomore Cassy Isagawa (69-76-73=218) had the highest finish for Oregon, ending the tournament in a tie for 21st place. In the final round she shot two-over 73 and finished the event at five-over 218.

Raphaela Dyer (T74th -82-77-73=232) had her best score of the fall season in the third round today, shooting two-over 73. Sophomore Cali Hipp (79-71-75=225) tied for 53rd overall and shot four-over 75. Senior Hanule Sky Seo (84th- 74-82-81=237) improved her score from yesterday by one stroke, shooting 10-over 81 in the final round.

No. 3 Southern California (286-285-286-857) continued their dominance throughout the tournament and took first place after shooting two-over 286 in the final round. Four shots behind the leader in second place is No. 2 Washington (290-285-286-861) who also shot two-over 286 on the day. Tournament host Stanford (289-290-289-868) launched themselves into third place on the final day.


Southern California’s Kyung Kim (72-66-68=206) had another impressive performance, tying for the best score of the day at three-under 68. Three shots between Kim is Washington’s SooBin Kim (72-68-69=209) who moved up two spots in the standings and finished in second place. Southern California’s Doris Chen (69-70-73=212) and Oregon State’s Lauren Sewell (71-70-71=212) tied for third place.