Park Ties For Third, Then Ties For Sixth At PING/ASU|
April 12, 2015
Junior Annie Park tied for third while sophomore Gabriella Then tied for sixth as the USC women's golf team tied for fourth, wrapping up the regular season at the PING/ASU Invitational on Sunday (April 12) in Tempe, Ariz.
The Trojans combined for a 6-over 870 (289-287-294), nine back of first-place Arizona. Baylor and host Arizona State tied for second at 4-over while USC and South Carolina tied for fourth.
Park combined for a 5-under 211 (71-67-73), one shy of her seventh first-place finish of her collegiate career. She was 3-over on the front 9 but used three back 9 birdies to tie for first before a bogey on 17 dropped her one stroke back. Park's finish was her third top 5 this year.
Then had a strong round to move up into a tie for sixth at 2-under 214 (74-70-70), registering her fourth top 10 in the last five events (of 54 holes). She was even on the front nine and 2-under on the back.
Senior Doris Chen, in her first event of the spring., tied for 39th at 6-over 222 (73-75-74), freshman Amy Lee tied for 45th at 7-over 223 (71-75-77) and sophomore Karen Chung tied for 66th at 12-over 228 (74-77-77).
Junior Victoria Morgan, playing individually, tied for 70th at 13-over 229 (73-78-78).
USC begins the postseason at the Pac-12 Championships, April 20-22, at the Boulder (Colo.) C.C.