TUCSON, Ariz. – University of Arizona women’s golf took home a fourth-place finish at the Pac-12 Preview on Tuesday. The 11 teams of the Pac-12, as well as the University of Hawaii competed in the event at Nanea Golf Club in Kona, Hawaii (par 73, 6,392 yards).
Arizona finished the final round with a score of 294 (+2). With a score of 293 (+1) from round one and a score of 302 (+10) from round two, the total score for the Wildcats was 889 (+13), which earned them a fourth place finish.
Junior Lindsey Weaver was the top finisher for the Wildcats with a final round score of 71 (-2). Combined with her round one score of 70 (-3) and round two score of 77 (+4), she finished in a tie for fifth place overall with a score of 218 (-1).
Senior Kendall Prince finished second for the Wildcats and tied for 14th overall with a total score of 222 (+3) after a final round score of 73 (E). Senior Manon Gidali followed with a third-round score of 75 (+2) for a total score of 224 (+5) and shares a 19th-place finish.
Freshman Krystal Quihuis finished the final round with a score of 75 (+2) for a total score of 226 (+7). Sophomore Wanasa Zhou rounded out the Arizona five with a final round score of 80 (+7) for a total score of 233 (+14).
No. 6 Washington finished in first place with a total score of 865 (-11) after a final round score of 290 (-2). No. 7 UCLA took second with a score of 876 (E), followed by No. 3 Stanford with a score of 883 (+7).
The completion of the Pac-12 Preview wraps up the fall portion of the season for the women’s golf team. The Wildcats will next compete at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge in Palos Verdes, CA on Feb 8-10.
Courtesy: Arizona Athletics