“It was tough out there today,” head coach
Playing in her final collegiate golf tournament, senior Cassandra Kirkland posted a four-day score of 299 (+11) and finished in a tie for 29th place to lead
“We had two good days and a decent day today, the second round just totally took us out of the tournament,” explained Allen.
Duke posted a three-over-par 291 in round four and won the 2006 NCAA National Championship with an 1167 (+15). This is the fourth national championship for the Blue Devils in the last six years, including the 2005 national championship.
Winning the individual title was USC sophomore Dewi Schreefel with a combined four-day score of two-under-par 286. Schreefel was the only individual to shoot a tournament score under-par and helped her team to a second place finish.
Freshmen teammates Sommer Scholl and Adriana Zwanck finished in a tie for 43rd place, posting a 302 (+14). Fellow Classmate Amanda Wilson carded an 86 (+14) in round four and finished the tournament in a tie for 116th place.
Rounding out the Arizona squad was junior Rachel Gavin who shaved six strokes off her round three score of 86 (+14) today and finished with a tournament score of 42-over-par 330.
“This tournament was a great learning experience for our younger players,” Allen said. They need to work real hard over the summer and come out ready to play next year.”
Top 5 Teams
1. Duke 297-292-287-291=1167 (+15)
2. USC 291-300-298-288=1177 (+25)
3. Pepperdine 301-295-298-293=1187 (+35)
T29. Cassandra Kirkland 73-79-74-73=299 (+11)
T43. Sommer Scholl 71-82-74-75=302 (+14)
T43. Adriana Zwanck 74-78-74-76=302 (+14)
T116. Amanda Wilson 78-84-75-86=323 (+35)
124. Rachel Gavin 84-80-86-80=330 (+42)
Top 5 Individuals
1. Dewi Schreefel, USC 73-74-70-69=286 (-2)
2. Jennie Lee, Duke 73-72-72-71=288 (E)
3. Da Sol Cung, UNLV 76-72-70-72=290 (+2)
T4. Eileen Vargas, Pepperdine 68-71-75-77=291 (+3)
T4. Sandra Gal,