TEMPE, Ariz.- In the final round of the Ping/ASU Invitational the University of Oregon women’s golf team (311-299-289-899) shot their best round of the tournament today at one-over 289. The Ducks finished in 14th place at the Karsten Golf Course in Tempe, Ariz.
Sophomore Cassy Isagawa (78-74-68-220) had a tremendous final round, shooting a team-best four-under 68 and moved into a tie for 40th place. Freshman Caroline Inglis (77-75-73-225) also had her best round of the tournament today, carding a one-over 73. Inglis bumped up four spots into a tie for 55th overall.
Senior Avery Sills (75-74-74-223) shot two-over 74 for consecutive rounds and stayed in a tie for 48th throughout all three rounds. The Ducks also counted a scorecard from sophomore Cali Hipp (81-79-74-234), who also had her best score of the Invitational, shooting two-over 74 in the final round and finished in a tie for 74th place.
On the Individual leaderboard, Alabama’s Emma Talley (68-69-70-207) remained in first place to capture medalist honors after shooting two-under in the final round. UCLA’s Erynna Lee (69-74-66-209) had the lowest score of the day; carding a six-under 66 to jumped up 14 spots into a tie for second place. UC Davis’ Demi Runas (71-68-70-209) finished in a tie for second place with Lee after shooting two-under 70.
Alabama (284-284-277-845) won the tournament after shooting an impressive 11-under in the final round. Alabama's score of 19-under set a Ping/ASU Invitational record. Duke (280-283-291-854) dropped one spot today and finished in second place, carding three-over 291 on the day. Arizona (288-284-290-862) and Stanford (289-282-292-862) finished in a tie for third place, completing the tournament at two-under 862.
Complete hole-by-hole results are available through GolfStat.com here.
The Ducks will continue action next week at the Pac-12 Championships, April 21-23rd at the Valencia Country Club in Valencia, Calif.