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No. 33 Duck Golfers Tempe-Bound for Pac-10 Champs
Release Date: 04/15/2011
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Pacific-10 Championships
Dates: Sunday-Tuesday, April 17-19
Location: Karsten Golf Course (par 72, 6,230 yards), Tempe, Ariz.
Start Time: 8 a.m. each day off Holes 1 & 10 (First tee time)
Host: Arizona State University ( )
Format: One 18-hole round each day
Teams (Golfstat rankings): UCLA (1), USC (2), Arizona (7), California (9), Arizona State (10), Stanford (24), Oregon (33), Washington (38), Oregon State (85), Washington State (120)
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EUGENE – This weekend, the No. 33 University of Oregon women’s golf team will take on five top-10 ranked teams and two other top-40 squads in the first event of the postseason - the 25th annual Pacific-10 Conference Championships.

The three-day, three-round event heads to Tempe, Ariz., and will be held on Arizona State University’s Karsten Golf Course with sunny weather and temperatures in the upper 80s and lower 90s predicted each day.

Regularly updated hole-by-hole results will be available at the website at the  URL address.

More tourney information is available at the and websites.

The No. 33 Ducks are the seventh-highest ranked team in the field, and come off their second team win of the season in the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate last week.

That same weekend in Tempe, No. 1 UCLA switched places with the former top-ranked team – now-No. 2 USC – after the Bruins won the Ping ASU Invitational (276-289-298-863) by four strokes over the Trojans (second, 281-284-302-867).

Seven other league members were on hand at the Pac-10 preview event, and their placings follow – Arizona (third, 289-287-302-878), Stanford (fifth, 290-300-296-886), California (sixth, 293-288-308-889), Arizona State (seventh, 293-293-304-890), Oregon State (13th, 307-292-312-911), Washington  (16th, 297-314-318-929) and Washington State (17th, 315-330-320-965).

In another key intra-conference clash two weeks before, USC (299-295-292-886) finished second, one stroke ahead of UCLA (third, 293-304-290-887) in the Battle at Rancho Bernardo near San Diego. Other Pac-10 teams on hand included Arizona (seventh, 303-302-307-912), Arizona State (11th, 297-316-304-917), California (13th, 306-314-308-924) and Oregon (14th, 309-318-307-934). Overall in the team results, returning national champion Purdue won with a score seven strokes better than USC.

All-time since the first Pac-10 Championships event in 1987, Arizona State has staked eight team titles, followed by Arizona (7), UCLA (5), USC (2), California (1) and Stanford (1). ASU individuals have claimed top honors 11 times, followed by Arizona (4), UCLA (3), USC (3), California (1), Stanford (1) and Washington (1).

Three different teams have won Pac-10 crowns the past three years – USC (2008), Arizona State (’09) and Arizona (’10), while UCLA’s last win was in ’06 and ended a three-year run. California’s lone win in 2003 was spurred on by current Duck head coach and then-senior Ria Scott in ’03, and Stanford's victory came in 1999.

Oregon is one of five league members that competed in last May’s NCAA Championships, and their placings follow (USC, second; Arizona, fifth; UCLA, sixth; Stanford, 19th-t; and Oregon 23rd). On the individual front, two of the Pac-10’s four top-10 NCAA finishers from 2010 are back - Arizona’s Margarita Ramos (seventh-tie) and Stanford’s Sally Watson (ninth-tie).

Top returning finishers from last year’s Pac-10 Championships include two-time defending champion and junior Carlota Ciganda of Arizona State (71-72-71-214), Oregon senior Kendra Little (third-tie, 72-75-72-219), UCLA sophomore Tiffany Lua (third-tie, 76-71-72-219) and Arizona junior Margarita Ramos (third-tie, 76-71-72-219).

Five other returnees placed top 10 last season - UCLA junior Stephanie Kono (eighth-tie, 70-73-77-220), California junior Joanne Lee (eighth-tie, 67-77-76-220), Arizona junior Isabelle Boineau (10th-tie, 73-75-73-221), UCLA senior Glory Yang (10th-tie, 73-77-71-221) and USC sophomore Cyna Rodriguez (10th-tie, 73-80-68-221).

Three other top-10 placers from 2009 are back - USC senior Lizette Salas (fourth, 74-72-65-211), UCLA’s Yang (eighth, 75-70-68-213) and California junior Pia Halbig (ninth-tie, 73-73-69-215). Salas and Yang also played in the ’08 edition and placed sixth (71-74-73-218) and 10th (72-75-76-223), respectively.

In two weeks, the Ducks hope to travel to one of the three NCAA Regionals set for Seattle, South Bend, Ind., and DeLand, Fla (5/17-20). The top eight team finishers from each regional advance to the NCAA Championships in College Station, Texas (5/17-20).

Three-time All-Pac-10 Second Team pick and senior Kendra Little led UO in this week’s Golfstat rankings (122nd, 74.78 rating), and other Ducks in the top 250 included senior Erica Omlid (143rd, 74.83), sophomore Cheyenne Hickle (179th-t, 75.55) and junior Ashley Edwards (187th, 75.29).

In the Golfweek rankings, UO’s rankings follow: Kendra Little (116th, 74.12), Erica Omlid (140th, 74.39), Cheyenne Hickle (154th, 74.57), Ashley Edwards (171st, 74.69) and Raphaela Dyer (213th, 75.22).

HALF MOON BAY, Calif. (4/4-5/11) - Thanks to its tourney-low final round, No. 37 Oregon made up a five-stroke deficit on No. 27 Texas A&M to cap the regular season with a one-stroke win in the first annual Pacific Coast Intercollegiate.

For the Ducks (304-297-290-891), their two-over 290 finale was their second straight sub-300 round of the spring and both easily topped their previous season-best score (302). Oregon's team victory was its 24th in school history, and third under second-year head coach Ria Scott after titles in the 2009 Giustina Memorial Invitational and 2010 Branch Law Firm / Dick McGuire Invitational.

Individually for UO, junior Ashley Edwards (second-tie, 77-75-68-220) enjoyed the best round of the tournament in the finale. The Oakley, Calif., native shaved two strokes off her career-best round to match the sixth-best round in school history - a four-under 68.

UO also featured four top-15 overall finishes from freshman Raphaela Dyer (10th-tie, 75-76-73-224), sophomore Cheyenne Hickle (10th-tie, 77-71-76-224) and senior Erica Omlid (13th-tie, 77-75-73-225). Dyer and Hickle staked their highest placings of the season, and Omlid posted her second-best placing behind her win in the Branch Law Firm Invitational last fall.

Senior Kendra Little rounded out the Duck contingent (55th-t, 75-84-79-238), and sophomore Avery Sills tied for 55th as an individual entry (75-84-81-238).

In the team results, the Aggies (second, 298-298-296-892) finished 13 strokes ahead of No. 17 UC Davis (third, 309-302-294-905). Individually, Oregon’s Edwards tied for runner-up honors with Long Beach State's Noelle Zavaleta (71-78-71-220) - two strokes behind Texas A&M's Katerina Ruzickova (first, 73-76-69-218).

2010 PAC-10 REWIND
In last year’s Pac-10 Championships at the Eugene Country Club, junior Kendra Little (72-75-72-219) and the then-No. 34 Ducks (292-307-290-889) staked program-best third-place individual and team efforts.

Two other Ducks tied for 18th place - junior Ashley Edwards (73-76-76-225) and senior Erica Omlid (71-78-76-225). Then-senior Kate Hildahl shot the tourney’s second-lowest score overall with her four-under final round 68 and tied for 23rd overall, and was followed closely by sophomore Cheyenne Hickle (27th, 76-79-74-229). After the event, Little was tabbed as UO’s first-ever three-time All-Pac-10 selection with her third straight second-team honor.

ASU junior Carlota Ciganda (71-72-71-214) won her second straight individual title when she sank a six-foot birdie putt to win a one-hole playoff on the par-4 10th hole over teammate Juliana Murcia (68-77-69-214).

Team-wise, No. 7 Arizona shot the second-best score of the tourney in the finale – an even 288 – and made up a three-stroke pre-round deficit to win its seventh league title.

Second-day leader and No. 1 UCLA followed three strokes back in second place (289-298-294-881). The next two teams - No. 5 USC (fourth, 284-318-289-891) and No. 38 Washington (fifth, 296-314-296-906) - each improved a position the final round , while No. 24 California dropped three spots to sixth place (287-305-317-909). No. 2 ASU had three top-10 individual finishers, but did not score in the team race since two of its players withdrew due to illness.

Eugene Country Club, Eugene, Ore., Par 72, 6203 yards, Monday-Wednesday (4/18-20/10)

Team Results – 1, Arizona, 293-297-288-878. 2, UCLA, 289-298-294-881. 3, Oregon, 292-307-290-889. 4, USC, 284-318-289-891. 5, Washington, 296-314-296-906. 6, California, 287-305-317-909. 7, Stanford, 301-316-311-928. 8, Washington State, 317-330-318-965. 9, Oregon State, 317-329-321-967. No Score – Arizona State (283-NS-NS).

Top Individual Results – Champion – Carlota Ciganda, Arizona State, 71-72-71-214 (one-hole playoff – hole 10 (birdie)). 1t, Juliana Murcia, Arizona State, 68-77-69-214. 3t, Kendra Little , Oregon, 72-75-72-219. 3t, Tiffany Lua, UCLA, 73-72-74-219. 3t, Margarita Ramos, Arizona, 76-71-72-219. 3t, Jennifer Song, USC, 70-76-73-219. 3t, Jaclyn Sweeney, Arizona State, 72-75-72-219. 8t, Stephanie Kono, UCLA, 70-73-77-220. 8t, Joanne Lee, California, 67-77-76-220. 10t, Three players tied at 221.

Oregon Individual Results – 3t, Kendra Little , 72-75-72-219. 18t, Ashley Edwards , 73-76-76-225. 18t, Erica Omlid , 71-78-76-225. 23t, Kate Hildahl , 81-78-68-227. 27, Cheyenne Hickle , 76-79-74-229.

Last year, senior Kendra Little became UO’s first three-time All-Pac-10 honoree (with her second-team distinctions in 2008, ’09 and ’10), after she placed third in ’10 (72-75-72-219), 12th in ’09 (76-73-70-219) and 20th in ’08 (71-76-80-227).

Two-time Pac-10  and senior veteran Erica Omlid posted her first career under-par round last year in the conference finale first round (18th-t, 71-78-76-225), and also competed in ’09 (49th-, 82-81-83-246).

Junior Ashley Edwards also played in both ’10 (18th-t, 73-76-76-225) and ’09 (24th-t, 79-72-74-225), and two other Ducks have made one appearance each – sophomore Cheyenne Hickle (27th-t, 76-79-74-229) and senior Monika Graf (2009, 43rd, 72-78-80-240).

Team-wise in that span, UO placed seventh in 2008 and ’09 and third last season.

Oregon’s school-best third-place Pac-10 finish last year came against four teams ranked top-six nationally and two more ranked top 20. Among other noteworthy finishes, UO added fourth in 1991 and 1993; fifth in 1992, ’94, ’95 and ’97; and sixth in ’96.

UO’s all-time Pac-10 finishes follow: 1987 - 9th, 1675; 1998 - 7th, 1313; 1989 - 7th, 1015; 1990 - 6th, 939; n1991 - 4th-t, 946; 1992 - 5th, 916; 1993 - 4th-t, 934; 1994 - 5th, 957; 1995 - 5th, 898; 1996 - 6th, 912; 1997 - 6th, 5th, 901; 1998 - 8th, 928; 1999 - 8th, 919; 2000 - 7th, 912; 2001 - 9th, 914; 2002 - 10th, 966; 2003 - 10th, 943; 2004 - 8th, 947; 2005 - 8th, 922; 2006 - 10th, 945; 2007 - 9th, 972; 2008 – 7th, 916; 2009 – 7th, 901.

In their nine tourneys so far in 2010-11, Oregon players have claimed one win among their six top-10 individual finishes, to go along with 23 par or better rounds, two of the four best tournament scores and two of the top six rounds in school history.

Among overall results, senior Erica Omlid scored UO’s 28th individual tourney victory last fall in the Dick McGuire / Branch Law Firm Invitational to join senior Kendra Little on the victor’s stand with the latter winning four events in prior seasons.

Little staked two top-10 efforts last fall in the Ptarmigan Ram Classic and Pac-10 SEC Challenge (seventh / 10th), as did freshman Raphaela Dyer in the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown (sixth). Little added UO’s second top-five finish in the Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational in early March (fifth).

Junior Ashley Edwards followed with her best-ever finish (second) in the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate in early April and was joined in the top 10 with Dyer and Hickle who tied for 10th overall.

In the Oregon history books, Omlid’s team season-best round – an eight-under 211 - tied the second-best score in history (four strokes behind Kendra Little ’s 12-under in the same event in 2009). Dyer’s three-under score of 213 in Las Vegas stood as the fourth-best tourney score all-time among Ducks and tops among freshmen.

Among all-time best rounds, Edwards, Omlid and Little tied the sixth-best score with their season-best four-under 68/69/68’s in the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate, Dick McGuire and Ptarmigan events. In previous seasons, Little shot a career-best five-under scores four times - the second-best score in school history behind former teammate Cathyrn Bristow’s seven-under 65 in the 2008 Indiana Invitational.  Little, Omlid and Dyer have each also staked three-under scores once, too (68/69/70).
Factoring in every round this year, junior Ashley Edwards and Little have carded five and four under-par rounds, respectively – tops among the team – followed by Dyer and Omlid who have three each.

Participation-wise, all seven players have played at least two events; Little and Dyer have played in all nine events so far; Edwards and Hickle have contested seven events, and Omlid has traveled to six tournaments. Freshman Avery Sills and senior Monika Graf also appeared in five and three events, respectively, and have carded counting scores for the team in seven and four rounds, respectively.

Last fall, the Duck squad turned in its second- and third- lowest team tourney totals in the Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic (872, 8+) and Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown (877, 13+) and fell just shy of its school record (869, 5+) from the 2008 UNLV Spring Rebel Classic. Among individual rounds, this year’s squad has posted the third-best round ever (290) twice, and the fifth- and sixth-best-ever scores (288 (E) / 289 (+1) twice).

Oregon posted its 23rd and 24th team titles in the Branch Law Firm Invitational (295-296-290-881) and Pacific Coast Intercollegiate (304-297-290-891), and has also placed third in the Ptarmigan Ram Classic (288-294-290-872) and Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational (302-302-300-904).


- Kendra Little , Sr., Eugene, Ore.
Led UO in 53 Rounds (Sr. 11, Jr. 15, So. 14, Fr. 13)
Led UO in 20 Tournaments (Sr.5, Jr. 6, So. 4, Fr. 5)
25 Under-Par Rounds (Sr.4, Jr.9, So.4, Fr. 8), 12 Rounds at Par (Sr. 3, Jr. 3, So. 3, Fr. 3)
Best Round 67 (5-) (By Season: Sr. 68, Jr. 67, So. 69, Fr. 67)
Best Tourney Place 1st (Sr. 5th, Jr. 1st (2x), So. 1st, Fr. 1st)
Best Tourney Score 207 (Sr. 214, Jr. 207, So. 215, Fr. 208)
- Erica Omlid , Sr., Springfield, Ore.
Led UO in 8 Rounds (Sr. 3, Jr. 3, So. 2), 1 Tourney (Sr. 1)
4 Under-Par Rounds (Sr. 3, Jr. 1), 0 at Par
Best Round 69 (4-) (By Year: Sr. 69, Jr. 71, So. 74, Fr. 75)
Best Tourney Place: 1st (Sr. 1st, Jr. 14th, So. 28th, Fr.  31st)
Best Tourney Score: 211 (5-) (Sr. 211, Jr. 225, So. 227, Fr. 228)

- Monika Graf , Sr., East Wenatchee, Wash.
Led UO 7 Rounds (Jr. 1, So. 6), 1 Tournament (So. 1)
1 Under-Par Round (So. 1), 1 at Par (So. 1)
Best Round 70 (By Season: Sr. 76, Jr. 74, So. 72, Fr. 76)
Best Tourney Place 3rd (Sr. 93rd, Jr. 35th, So. 3rd, Fr. 44th)
Best Tourney Score 224 (Sr. 245, Jr. 235, So. 224, Fr. 235)

- Ashley Edwards , Jr., Oakley, Calif.
Led UO 12 Rounds (Jr. 4 So. 2 Fr. 6), / 2 Tourneys (Jr. 1, So. 1)
7 Under-Par Rounds (Jr. 5, So. 1, Fr. 1), 3 at Par (1 Jr., So. 1 Fr.1)
Best Round: 68 (4-) (Jr. 70 (2-), So. 71, Fr. 71)
Best Tourney Place: 2nd (Jr. 2nd, So. 5th, Fr. 5th)
Best Tourney Score: 220 (4+) (Jr. 220 (4+), So. 223, Fr. 220)

- Cheyenne Hickle , So., Gilbert, Ariz.
Led UO in 16 rounds (So. 6, Fr. 10) & 4 Tourneys (So. 1, Fr. 3)
3 Under-Par Rounds (So. 1, Fr. 2), 4 at Par (So. 3, Fr. 1)
Best Round:  70  (2-) (So. 71 (1-), Fr. 70)
Best Tourney Place:  3rd (So. 10th, Fr. 3rd)
Best Tourney Score: 218 (2+) (So. 218, Fr. 224 (8+))

- Avery Sills , So., Portland, Ore.
Played 5 Tournaments (So. 4, Fr. 1) and 15 Career Rounds (So. 12, Fr. 3)
Best Round 73 (1+) (So. 73 (1+) Fr. 77 (4+))
Best Tourney Place: 22nd-t (So. 45th, Fr. 37th-tie)
Best Tourney Score 226 (+20) (So. 226, Fr. 240)

- Raphaela Dyer , Fr. Swanmore, England
Led UO in 5 Rounds, 1 Tourney
3 Under-Par Rounds, 0 At-Par Rounds
Best Round: 69 (3-) (Fr. 69)
Best Tourney Score: 213 (3-) *Tied for UO’s Fourth-Best All-Time
Best Tourney Place: 6th-tie

The Ducks feature an upperclass-heavy squad that helped polish off one of its greatest seasons in 2009-10.

Six of UO’s top players return from a squad that posted its best-ever Pac-10 finish (third), its second-best NCAA Regional effort (sixth), and its first NCAA trip in 10 years.

Three-time All-Pac-10 Second-Team pick and senior Kendra Little placed third and eighth, respectively, in last year’s Pac-10 Championships and NCAA Central Regional, then capped off last year’s season with a five-under final round 67 in the NCAA Championships.

Arguably the team’s most improved player last year, senior Erica Omlid was a 2010 U.S. Women’s Amateur qualifier and OGA Stroke Play runner-up and led UO in rounds in both the Pac-10 and NCAA Championships.
Sophomore Cheyenne Hickle emerged as one of the nation’s top freshmen last spring, and led UO in three of its last five tourneys’ final standings, including the NCAA Championships (57th). Overall in the spring, she led Oregon in 10 rounds spaced among six tourneys, including two in both the NCAA Central Regional and NCAA Championships.

Junior Ashley Edwards played every spring event in 2010 and paced the team in eight rounds and one tourney her first two seasons.

Senior Monika Graf is one of three Duck seniors, and has paced the team in seven rounds and one tournament, career-wise.

Sophomore Avery Sills also saw action as a freshman, and was a two-time Oregon state high school champion and capped her prep career with a third-place finish in the 6A finale.

Glancing at last year’s results, the Duck 2010-11 roster returns its top finisher from 11 of the team’s 12 tournaments; sports all 10 of the team’s top-10 individual tournament finishers; and includes four of the team’s five entries in the Pac-10, Regional and NCAA finales (Edwards, Hickle, Little, Omlid).

Second-year Duck head coach Ria Scott also welcomes Swanmore, England native and talented freshman Raphaela Dyer (Swanmore, England), while the lone losses from last year’s squad – Felicia Eastick and Kate Hildahl – were to graduation.


Battle at Rancho Bernardo
SAN DIEGO, Calif., (3/20-22/11) – Senior Kendra Little (23rd-tie, 76-78-72-226) led UO for the second straight spring event after she carded her third par score of the spring in the final round. The rest of the UO contingent included freshman Raphaela Dyer (60th-tie, 83-74-79-236), sophomore Cheyenne Hickle (65th-tie, 73-86-79-238), junior Ashley Edwards (65th-tie, 81-80-77-238) and sophomore Avery Sills (86th-t, 79-87-81-247). Team-wise, the Ducks finished 14th (309-318-307-934) in the event that featured six top-10 teams and 10 more squads ranked top 50 nationally that week by Golf Stat. No. 7 Purdue (first, 295-292-292-879) maintained its seven-stroke lead over No. 1 USC (second, 299-295-292-886) to win what was rated the fourth-toughest field of the season by Golf Digest. On the individual leaderboard, Purdue's Laura Gonzalez added five strokes to her lead (70-71-68-209) and finished six strokes ahead of Therese Koelbaek of UNLV (second-tie, 72-70-73-215) and Lizette Salas of USC (second-tie, 73-7171-215).

Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational
SAN JOSE, Calif. (2/28-3/1/11) –, Senior Kendra Little led the Ducks in all three rounds for the first time this season, and helped the No. 31 Ducks finish third (302-302-300-904) – two places better than their pre-tourney seeding. The Eugene native Little (fourth, 74-72-74-220) posted her first top-five finish of the season, at the Almaden Country Club and led the squad in all three tourney rounds for the fourth time in her career. Sophomore Cheyenne Hickle (12th-t, 75-78-74-227) tied Little for the low Duck score the final round (74), and was followed in the overall standings by senior Erica Omlid (19th-t, 77-76-77-230), sophomore Avery Sills (22nd-t, 80-76-75-231) and Raphaela Dyer (33rd-t, 76-78-80-234). In the overall team standings, the Ducks trailed No. 9 California (first, 297-291-293-811) and No. 22 UC Davis (second, 302-306-291-899), and UO finished comfortably ahead of two other top-30 ranked teams in No. 24 Colorado (fourth, 298-306-303-907) and No. 30 Washington (fifth, 312-308-293-913). Overall on the individual leaderboard, Emily Childs of California (72-71-73-216) maintained her one-stroke lead after the second round to win over teammate Joanne Lee (second, 72-72-73-217).

Lady Puerto Rico Classic
RIO GRANDE, Puerto Rico (2/13-15/11) – In its spring opener, then-No. 27 Oregon shot its best score of the tourney in the finale to place 10th overall (313-307-302-922) on the Rio Mar Beach Resort par-72 course. Duck sophomore Cheyenne Hickle (30th-t, 79-75-74-228) shot the team’s best scores of the second and third rounds to lead UO in a tourney’s final standings for the first time this season. She was followed in the final standings by senior Erica Omlid (40th-t, 78-79-75-232), junior Ashley Edwards (47th, 79-77-78-234), senior Kendra Little (47th-t, 77-82-75-234) and freshman Raphaela Dyer (79-76-81-236). In the team standings, , No. 1 Alabama won by a five-stroke margin over the 18-team field with an 11-over score of 875, and was followed by No. 29 Iowa State (second, 300-293-287-880). Individually, second-round leader Stephanie Meadow of Alabama (73-70-69-212) won by one stroke over Maria Salinas of Florida State (second, 71-73-69-213).


Pac-10 / SEC Challenge
STANFORD, Calif. (11/5-7/10) – In its fall season finale, No. 27 Oregon endured a two-hour weather delay to climb four positions in the final round to 14th place (307-306-298-911). UO’s final round was its 12th in 15 overall during the fall and fifth-best of the event that featured seven top-10 teams and 17 ranked top 40 by Golfstat. Senior Kendra Little posted her second top-10 effort of the season and 14th of her career after she improved 25 places the final round on the par-71 Stanford Golf Course (10th-t, 76-72-68-216). Junior Ashley Edwards improved 21 places the final round and tied her best round of the tourney (47th-t, 73-80-73-226), and UO’s other entries included freshman Raphaela Dyer (50th-t, 76-74-77-227), sophomore Avery Sills (100th-t, 82-81-80-243) and senior Monika Graf (102nd, 85-80-80-245). Overall individually, USC’s Sophia Popov shot the best score of the final round and climbed five places and won by one stroke (72-68-67-207) over UCLA’s Stephanie Kono (second, 73-67-68-208).

Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown
LAS VEGAS (10/25-27) – The then-No. 25 Ducks shot the best final round score – a one-over 289 for its second-best score of the fall and climbed three positions into a tie for sixth place (299-289-289-877). Freshman Raphaela Dyer (sixth-tie, 70-74-69-213) led UO for the first two times as a collegian thanks to her collegiate bests in the first and third rounds. Her final tourney score was her first team-best in an event, and her 3-under final score was the second-lowest among UO’s 25 scores on the season and tied for fourth-best all-time for Oregon. The last two rounds, junior Ashley Edwards (18th-tie, 78-70-71-219) shot consecutive under-par rounds for the first time in her career, and her two-under 70 middle round was a career low. Sophomore Avery Sills (45th-tie, 78-75-73-226) made her first team appearance of her career and ended with her best two rounds as a Duck. Senior Kendra Little (49th-t, 74-70-83-227) led UO the second round, and senior Monika Graf made her season debut for the squad (77-NS-76) and scored for the team in the first and third rounds. In the overall team standings, No. 19 Arkansas (277-276-293-846) won by 23 strokes over No. 25 Kent State (second, 296-277-296-869) and 11 Arizona (295-276-301-871). Among individuals, Emily Tubert of Arkansas (63-68-74-205) won by five strokes over Martina Gavier of Kent State (70-68-72-210) and Razorback teammates Corinna Rees (74-67-69-210) and Kelli Shean (70-67-73-210).

Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational
TACOMA (10/4-6) - Three weeks before on the par 72, 6,078-yard Tacoma Golf and Club Course, the then-No. 17 Ducks (sixth, 307-298-290-895) tied their second-lowest score of the season in the finale against the 14-team field that featured six top-40 ranked squads. Senior Kendra Little (11th-tie, 74-73-72-219) staked her second top-15 effort of the campaign after pacing the team the first two rounds. In the finale, junior Ashley Edwards moved into a tie for 33rd place (82-74-71-227) after she led UO for the first time in 2010-11 and ninth time career-wise, while her one-under-par round of 71 tied her career best. Oregon’s other entries included senior Erica Omlid (22nd-t, 76-74-74-224) and freshman Raphaela Dyer (NS-79-73) and sophomore Cheyenne Hickle (75-77-WD).

Dick McGuire / Branch Law Firm Invitational
ALBUQUERQUE (9/17-18/10) - Senior Erica Omlid (70-72-69) and the Ducks (295-296-290-881) combined on individual and team victories by one and two strokes, respectively, on the par-73 UNM Championship Course. Omlid’s first collegiate win came courtesy of a pair of birdies the final holes, and the Springfield, Ore., native went under-par for the second, third and fourth times in her career and led UO in a tourney for the first time in her career. Going back in the Duck history books, Omlid’s win was the 28th all-time for the program individually and ninth the last five seasons. Her eight-under tourney score (211) also stood as the third-best in school history behind Kendra Little ’s winning, 12-under 207 score on the same course in the fall of 2009 and Cathryn Bristow’s eight-under 208 at the UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational in 2008.

Among other Duck results, junior Ashley Edwards followed in a tie for 15th place (72-74-76-222) for her fifth, career top-15 finish; two other Ducks finished top 30 overall – sophomore Cheyenne Hickle (23rd-tie, 76-73-75-224) and senior Kendra Little (26th-tie, 77-77-71-225) - freshman Raphaela Dyer wrapped up her second collegiate tourney tied for 53rd place (78-81-75-234).

The Ducks scored their second win under second-year head coach Ria (Quiazon) Scott, and edged three top-30 teams. UO was followed in the team standings by No. 21 Ohio State (second, 292-295-296-883), Colorado (third, 302-294-288-884), No. 29 Denver (fourth-tie, 303-291-298-892), UC Davis (fourth-tie, 298-297-297-892), TCU (sixth, 301-309-287-897) and No. 28 San Diego State (seventh, 294-297-309-900),

Oregon’s five-over tourney score led to its 22nd career team win and tied a school record from the 2008 UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational when UO shot a five-over 869 (292-291-286) at the par-72 Boulder Creek Golf Club.

Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic
FORT COLLINS, Colo. (9/13-14/10) - Four days before the team’s successful showing at New Mexico, UO opened its season with a third-place finish in the (288-294-290-872), only seven strokes behind event champion Colorado (first, 288-290-287-865). Senior Kendra Little (seventh, 68-74-72-214) was one stroke off her career-low round in the opener (four-under 68), and added another par score in the finale. Sophomore Cheyenne Hickle (16th-t, 74-72-72-218) added her fourth career top-20 finish (16th-t, 74-72-72-218), while freshman Raphaela Dyer tied for 20th in her collegiate debut (74-74-71-219). Other Duck finishers included junior Ashley Edwards (26th-t, 72-74-75-221) and senior Erica Omlid (40th-t, 74-76-75-225).

The Ducks’ 23rd-place finish last year under second-year head coach Ria Scott marked its seventh NCAA trip in school history. Oregon made all six of its previous NCAA trips in an eight-year window under former Duck coach and current Senior Women’s Administrator Renee Baumgartner, and those finishes follow (1993 – 17th; 1994 – 14th; 1995 – 13th; 1997 – 7th; 1998 – 14th; 2000 – 11th).

UO has made 14 NCAA regional trips, including three straight, and its highest finish in regional play came in 1995 (fourth, 898). Among its eight other top-10 placings, Oregon took sixth in 2010 (939) and ’97 (885), seventh in ’00 (895), eighth in ’04 (913), ninth in ’93 (885) and ’01 (923), and 10th in ’94 (912), ’98 (912) and ’05 (913).

Senior Erica Omlid ’s one-stroke win in September’s Dick McGuire / Branch Law Firm Invitational (70-72-69-211) was the 28th all-time for the program and ninth the last five seasons.

With four wins to her credit, senior teammate Kendra Little opened the 2009 campaign with a win in the same event (71-68-68-207 (-12, par 73)) and set a UO tourney record by four strokes. The following event, she earned medalist honors in the Giustina Memorial Classic (73-69-72-214) for the second straight season after a four-stroke victory in the ’08 edition (69-73-73-215). The year prior in 2007-08, she added UO’s second-ever victory in its Duck Invitational by a similar four-stroke margin (70-73-71-214) as a freshman.

Other Oregon wins the last five years came courtesy of recent graduate Cathryn Bristow (2008 UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational, 69-69-70; 2005 Giustina Memorial Classic, 70-74-73-217; 2006 Illini Spring Classic, 74-72-146) and Felicia Eastick (2007 Giustina Memorial Classic, 74-69-74-217) and Kim McCready (2007 Baja Classic, 70-75-145).

UO’s team title at the Colorado State event was its second under Scott, and 23rd event overall in program history.

Second-year Duck head coach Ria Scott (nee Quiazon; pron. REE-ah KEY-ah-zahn) has firmly positioned Oregon as one of the nation’s most talked-about teams after an impressive postseason run in 2010.

The Ducks posted its best-ever Pac-10 finish (third), its second-best NCAA Regional effort (sixth), its first NCAA trip in 10 years (en route to a 23rd-place finish), and season highs of 28th and 32nd rankings in the Golfstat and Golfweek polls.

On the individual front, Kendra Little scored UO’s highest-ever Pac-10 finish (third) en route to a team record third straight All-Pac-10 Second Team honor. The Eugene native opened the fall with a pair of individual wins that included a school tourney record in the Branch Law Firm Invitational (12-under 207 (71-68-68)) and Giustina Memorial Classic (73-69-72-214) that also helped UO stake a team win in the latter event. In the summer, Erica Omlid was the OGA Stroke Play runner-up and a U.S. Women’s Amateur Qualifier qualifier.

In her prior two-year coaching stint, the 2009 West Coast Conference Coach of the Year charted the ascent of the San Francisco Dons into the national elite.

In 2008-09, the Dons spent much of the spring ranked top 30 nationally en route to a school-record 300.19 scoring average – an impressive 4.29 strokes better than the previous program best. The team featured three All-West Coast Conference players and four top 10 WCC tourney finishers, including conference player of the year Danielle Cvitanov who ended the year ranked 43rd nationally in the Golfstat rankings after she posted a school-record season average (74.06).

Before her coaching stint, Quiazon played professionally on the Duramed Futures, Canadian Women's, West Coast Ladies Golf, Orient Masters China Golf and Ladies Asian Golf tours. Other professional highlights include appearances in the 2006 Women's World Cup in South Africa and the 2004 U.S. Women's Open. Among various national and international events, she qualified for six USGA Championships – one U.S. Women's Open, two U.S. Girl's Junior, and three U.S. Women's Amateur events. In addition, she competed for the Philippine National Team (1997-2002), and earned a gold medal in the 1997 Southeast Asian Games and a pair of bronze medals in the 1998 and 2002 Asian Games. She also played in two World Amateur Team Championships in 1998 (Chile) and 2000 (Germany) for the Philippine National Team.

As a senior co-captain for the University of California, she led the team in the 2003 NCAA Championships (28th overall), and was a 2003 All-Pac-10 and 2002 All-Region Second Team honoree. Her final season, she helped the Bears win a school record seven tournaments, capture Pac-10 and regional titles, and rank as high as second nationally. The two-time Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention selection also won the 2003 Anna Espenschade Award, presented to the top graduating female student-athlete at Cal.

Returning for her fourth year as an assistant coach with the program, Meredith (Jones) Gray resumes her prior title after serving as the interim head coach during the 2009 spring season. In 2009, she guided UO to 12th place in the West Regional – two spots higher than its pre-tourney seeding – and seventh place in the Pac-10 Championships to tie for its best finishes since taking sixth in ’96.

As one of Baylor’s top players from 2003-06, the Eugene native Gray was an All-Big 12 Tournament selection and a top-15 conference finisher all three seasons. She enjoyed a seventh-place Big 12 placing as a sophomore, followed by 12th- and 14th-place efforts as a junior and senior, and also played on Baylor’s first-ever NCAA tournament qualifiers. As a prep, the three-time state champion helped Marist High School to five championships.  Off the course, she was selected as an Academic All-American, Academic All-Big-12, Commissioners Honor Roll and NCGA Scholar selection. Her family enjoys strong ties to the Duck athletic department. Her father Dr. Donald Jones is a UO team doctor, and her brother-in-law Peter Sirmon was a Duck All-Pac-10 linebacker.


Battle at Rancho Bernardo
Rancho Bernardo Inn Golf Resort, Rancho Bernardo, Calif., Par 72, 6,336 yards, Sunday-Tuesday (3/20-22/11)

Team Results – 1, Purdue, 295-292-292-879. 2, USC, 299-295-292-886. 3, UCLA, 293-404-290-887. 4, Georgia, 310-304-289-903. 5, Auburn, 305-307-293-905. 6, UC Davis, 294-307-308-909. 7, Arizona, 303-302-307-912. 8t, Pepperdine, 311-308-295-914. 8t, Texas, 303-306-305-914. 10, UNLV, 304-303-308-915. 11, Arizona State, 297-316-304-917. 13, California, 306-314-308-924. 14, Oregon, 309-318-307-934. 15, TCU, 322-309-306-937-. 16, New Mexico, 312-317-311-940. 17, San Diego State, 309-321-311-941.

Top Individuals – 1, Laura Gonzalez, Purdue, 70-71-68-209. 2t, Therese Koelbaek, UNLV, 72-70-73-215. 2t, Lizette Salas, USC, 73-71-71-215. 4t, Giulia Molinaro, ASU, 69-76-73-218. 6t, Numa Gulyanamitta, Purdue, 73-75-71-219. 6t, Sophia Popov, USC, 74-73-72-219. 8t, Thea Hoffmeister, Purdue, 73-74-73-220. 8t, Stephanie Kono, UCLA, 71-78-71-220. 8t, Marta Silva Zamora, Georgia, 77-727-1220.11t, Two players tied at 221.

Oregon Individual Results – 23t, Kendra Little , 76-78-72-226. 60t, Raphaela Dyer , 83-74-79-236. 65t, Cheyenne Hickle , 73-86-79-238. 65t, Ashley Edwards , 81-80-77-238. 86t, Avery Sills , 79-87-81-247.

Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational
Almaden Golf and Country Club, San Jose, Calif., Par 72, 6,121 yards, Monday-Tuesday (2/28-3/1/11)

Team Results – 1, California, 297-291-293-881. 2, UC Davis, 302-306-291-899. 3, Oregon, 302-302-300-904. 4, Colorado, 298-306-303-907. 5, Washington, 312-308-293-913. 6, Santa Clara, 305-311-305-921. 7t, San Jose State, 310-311-303-924. 7t, UC Irvine, 313-305-306-924. 9, San Francisco, 312-310-314-936. 10, Colorado State, 323-308-314-945. 11, Fresno State, 325-315-313-953. 12, Hawai’i, 320-323-328-971.

Top Individuals – 1, Emily Childs, California, 72-71-73-216. 2, Joanne Lee, California, 72-72-73-217. 3, Anya Alvarez, Washington, 73-76-70-219. 4t, Kendra Little , Oregon, 74-72-74-220. 4t, Miki Ueoka, Santa Clara, 76-75-69-220. 6, Alice Kim, UC Davis, 73-72-76-221. 7, Jessica Wallace, Colorado, 71-79-73-223. 8t, Daniela Holmqvist, California, 76-74-74-224. 8t, Lalita Patispaksiri, UC Irvine, 79-72-73-224. 8t, Demi Runas, UC Davis, 76-80-70-224.

Oregon Individual Results – 4t, Kendra Little , 74-72-74-220. 12t, Cheyenne Hickle , 75-78-74-227. 19t, Erica Omlid , 77-76-77-230. 22t, Avery Sills , 80-76-75-231. 33t, Raphaela Dyer , 76-78-80-234.

Lady Puerto Rico Classic
Rio Mar Country Club, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico (Host: Purdue), Par 72, Sunday-Tuesday (2/13-15/11)

Team Standings – 1, Alabama, 286-298-291-875. 2, Iowa State, 300-293-287-880. 3, Florida State, 303-295-293-891. 4, Purdue, 300-302-294-896. 5, Georgia, 308-302-297-907. 6t, Kent State, 306-306-304-916. 6t, Northwestern, 307-305-304-916. 8, TCU, 303-311-305-919. 9, Oklahoma, 308-306-306-920. 10, Oregon, 313-307-302-922. 11, Auburn, 313-310-300-923. 12, SMU, 305-313-310-928. 13, Michigan, 315-307-309-931. 14, Indiana, 319-308-305-932. 15, Texas Tech, 310-311-316-937. 16, Penn State, 317-321-300-938. 17t, Oklahoma State, 311-317-311-939. 17t, N.C. State, 311-315-313-939.

Top Individuals – 1, Stephanie Meadows, Alabama, 73-70-69-212. 2, Maria Salinas, Florida State, 71-73-69-213. 3, Marta Silva Zamora, Georgia, 76-68-70-214. 4t, Lauren Weaver, Northwestern, 75-72-71-218. 4t, Sasikarn On-lam, Iowa State, 72-73-73-218. 6, Camilla Lennarth, Alabama, 70-76-73-219. 7t, Numa Gulyanamitta, Purdue, 75-73-72-220. 9t, Lindsay Gahm, Indiana, 75-73-72-220. 9t, Victoria Stefansen, Iowa State, 79-69-74-222.

Oregon Individual Results – 26t, Cheyenne Hickle , 79-75-74-228. 40t, Erica Omlid , 78-79-75-232. 47t, Ashley Edwards , 79-77-78-234. 47, Kendra Little , 77-82-75-234. 59t, Raphaela Dyer , 79-76-81-236.


Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic
Ptarmigan Country Club, Fort Collins, Colo. (Colorado State University), Par 73, Monday-Tuesday (9/13-14/10)

Team Results – 1, Colorado, 288-290-287-865. 2, California, 294-285-288-867. 3, Oregon, 288-294-290-872. 4, Louisville, 294-291-288-873. 5, Baylor, 282-299-293-874. 6, Colorado State, 290-285-302-877. 7, New Mexico, 291-295-294-880. 8, Long Beach State, 292-299-293-884. 9, Fresno State, 292-303-294-889. 10, Illinois, 300-285-306-891. 11, San Jose State, 304-296-297-897. 12, New Mexico State, 306-293-301-900. 13, Texas Tech, 304-295-305-904. 14, UTEP, 304-309-298-911. 15, Wyoming, 308-299-305-912. 16, Idaho, 301-308-310-919.17 Northern Colorado, 325-307-308-940.

Individual Results – 1, Kayla Mortellaro, Idaho, 70-67-70-207. 2, Emily Talley, Colorado, 69-70-70-209. 3, Pia Halbig, California, 71-70-70-211. 4, Kimberly Kaufman, Texas Tech, 67-72-73-212. 5t, Sara-Maude Juneau, Louisville, 75-67-71-213. 5t, Jaclyn Jansen, Baylor, 69-74-70-213. 7, Kendra Little , Oregon, 68-74-727-214. 8t, Daniela Homlqvist, California, 70-68-77-215. 8t, Brianna Espinoza, Colorado State, 72-71-72-215. 8t, Rebecca Hellbom, New Mexico, 69-71-75-215. 8t, Louisa Lies, Fresno State, 69-74-72-215.

Oregon Individual Results – 7, Kendra Little , 68-74-72-214. 16t, Cheyenne Hickle , 74-72-72-218. 20t, Raphaela Dyer , 74-74-71-219. 26t, Ashley Edwards , 72-74-75-221. 40t, Erica Omlid , 74-76-75-225.

Branch Law Firm / Dick McGuire Invitational
University of New Mexico Championship Course, Albuquerque, N.M., par-73, Saturday-Sunday (9/17-18/10)

Team Results – 1, Oregon, 295-296-290-881. 2, Ohio State, 2929-295-296-883. 3, Colorado, 302-294-288-884. 4, UC Davis, 298-297-297-892. 4t, Denver, 303-291-298-892. 6, TCU, 301-309-287-897. 7, San Diego State, 294-297-309-900. 8, UNLV, 307-299-302-908. 9, BYU, 307-307-298-912. 10, New Mexico, 314-299-300-913. 12, Colorado State, 307-311-299-917. 13, Georgia State, 315-306-297-918. 14, UC Irvine, 315-314-305-934. 15t, Indiana, 323-308-311-942. 15t, Wyoming, 315-319-308-942. 17, Hawai’I, 328-318-319-965.

Top Individual Results – 1, Erica Omlid , Oregon, 70-72-69-211. 2, Rachel Rohanna, Ohio State, 69-73-70-212. 3t, Therese Koelbaek, UNLV, 70-70-75-215. 3t, Malin Enarsson, San Diego State, 71-71-7-3-215. 5, Jessica Wallace, Colorado, 72-71-74-217. 6, Jade Bollinger, BYU, 71-74-73-218. 7, Sanna Nuutinen, TCU, 74-77-68-219. 8t, Demi Runas, UC Davis, 73-76-7-1-220. 8t, Emly Talley, Colorado, 78-75-67-220. 8t, Sarah Faller, Denver, 76-73-71-220

Oregon Results – 1, Erica Omlid , 70-72-69-211. 15t, Ashley Edwards , 72-74-76-222. 23t, Cheyenne Hickle , 76-73-75-224. 26t, Kendra Little , 77-77-71-225. 53t, Raphaela Dyer , 78-81-75-234.

Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational
Tacoma Golf and Country Club (Host: University of Washington), Tacoma, Wash. par-72, 6,078 yards, Monday-Wednesday (10/4-6-/10)

Team Results – 1, California, 284-283-280-847. 2, USC, 285-289-275-849. 3, Washington, 293-298-286-877. 4t, Stanford, 299-306-289-894. 4t, Pepperdine, 301-295-298-894. 6, Oregon, 307-298-290-895. 7, UC Davis, 298-302-296-896. 8, New Mexico State, 305-303-297-905. 9, San Jose State, 313-304-300-917. 10, Oregon State, 306-303-311-920. 11, Washington State, 316-311-304-931. 12, Idaho, 310-314-308-932. 13, Gonzaga, 307-315-313-935. 14, Washington, 318-316-307-941. 15, San Francisco, 308-317-319-944.

Individual Results – 1, Emily Childs, California, 68-68-70-206. 2, Lizette Salas, USC, 71-71-67-209. 3, Pia Halbig, California, 74-69-67-210. 4, Lisa McCloskey, USC, 72-75-64-211. 5, Sophia Popov, USC, 68-74-72-214. 6t, Danielle Kang, Pepperdine, 74-72-70-216. 6t, Kayla Mortellaro, Idaho, 74-74-68-216. 6t, Joanne Lee, California, 68-72-76-216. 9t, Daniela Homqvist, California, 74-74-69-217. 9t, Anya Alvarez, Washington, 71-76-70-217.

Oregon Individual Results – 11t, Kendra Little , 74-73-72-219. 22t, Erica Omlid , 76-74-74-224. 33t, Ashley Edwards , 82-74-71-227. 74t, Cheyenne Hickle , 75-77-0-152. 74t, Raphaela Dyer , 0-79-73-152.

Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown
Boulder Creek Country Club (Host: UNLV), Boulder Creek, Nev. Par 72, 6,329 yards, Monday-Wednesday, (10/25-27/10)

Team Results – 1, Arkansas, 277-276-293-846. 2, Kent State, 296-277-296-869. 3, Arizona, 295-276-301-872. T4, Louisville, 295-279-302-876. T4, Washington, 294-288-294-876. T6, Oregon, 299-289-28-877. T6, Minnesota, 300-281-296-877. 8, Missouri, 298-288-307-893. 9, East Carolina, 304-278-312-894. 10, UNLV, 296-292-307-895. 11, New Mexico, 303-292-303-898. 12, Colorado State, 298-295-308-901. 14, San Diego State, 306-288-311-905. 15, UC Irvine, 309-293-305-907. 16, San Jose State, 307-295-314-916. 17, Washington State, 309-297-314-920.

Top Individuals – 1, Emily Tubert, Arkansas, 63-66-74-205. T2, Martina Gavier, Kent State, 70-68-72-210. T2, Corinna Rees, Arkansas, 74-67-69-210. T2, Kelli Shean, Arkansas, 70-67-73-210. 5, Teo Poplawski, Idaho, 73-68-70-211. T6, Raphaela Dyer , Oregon, 70-74-69-213. T6, Therese Koelbaek, UNLV, 73-67-73-213. T6, Amber Littman, East Carolina, 69-68-76-213. T6, AnnaKarin Ljungstrom, Louisville, 75-66-72-213. 10, Two players tied at 214.

Oregon Individual Results – T6, Raphaela Dyer , 70-74-69-213. T18, Ashley Edwards , 78-70-71-219. T45, Avery Sills , 79-75-73-227. T49, Kendra Little , 74-70-83-227. T93, Monika Graf , 77-NS-76-153.

Pac-10 / SEC Challenge
Stanford, Calif., Stanford Golf Course, Par 71, 6,148 yards, Friday-Sunday, November 5-7, 2010

Team Results – 1, UCLA, 285-281-290-856. 2, Alabama, 289-286-292-867. 3, USC, 294-291-290-875. 4, Arizona, 286-292-299-777. 5, Auburn, 286-289-304-879. 6t, Stanford, 293-289-300-882. 6t, Georgia, 293-293-296-882. 8, Tennessee, 291-293-302-886. 9t, Washington, 287-295-308-908. 9t, California, 290-291-309-890. 11, Arkansas, 288-296-307-891. 12, Vanderbilt, 291-302-304-897. 13, LSU, 316-293-298-907. 14, Oregon, 307-306-298-911. 15t, South Carolina, 299-303-310-912. 15t, Mississippi, 300-299-313-912. 17, Kentucky, 295-308-320-923. 18, Florida, 309-298-317-924. 19, Oregon State, 320-304-305-929. 20, Mississippi State, 319-306-316-941. 21, Washington State, 315-310-322-947.

Top Individuals – 1, Sophia Popov, USC, 72-68-67-207. 2, Stephanie Kono, UCLA, 73-67-68-208. 3, Cydney Clanton, Auburn, 68-69-72-209. 4, Marta Silva Zamora, Georgia, 69-70-72-211. 5, Joanne Lee, California, 65-73-74-212. 6, Glory Yang, UCLA, 69-71-73-213. 7t, Isabelle Boineau, Arizona, 71-69-74-214. 7t, Kristina Wong, 74-68-72-214. 9, ALexa Marina, Vanderbilt, 66-70-79-215. 10t, Kendra Little , Oregon, 76-72-68-216. 10t, Lisa MocCloskey, USC, 69-73-74-216. 10t, Brooke Pancake, Alabama, 72-69-75-216.

Oregon Individuals – 10t, Kendra Little , 76-72-68-216. 47t, Ashley Edwards , 73-80-73-226. 50t, Raphaela Dyer , 76-74-77-27. 100t, Avery Sills , 82-81-80-243. 102, Monika Graf , 85-80-80-245.

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