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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

N.C. State, Southern Cal take tourney titles in Puerto Rico, California, respectively

   Furman’s Haylee Harford held on to her share of the individual title, but the Paladins, ranked No. 7 by Golfstat, could not hold off North Carolina State in the team chase in the final round of the Lady Puerto Rico Classic Tuesday at Rio Mor Country Club’s River Course in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.
   Led by Naomi Ko, a sophomore from Canada who was one of four players who got a piece of the individual title with Harford, the Wolfpack, ranked 33rd, had a final-round of 3-under 285 to edge Furman and No. 15 Kent State by a shot with a 13-over 877 total. Furman had final-round 295 and Kent State had a 292 as they shared second place at 14-over 878.
   No. 31 TCU had a final-round 293 to take fourth at 19-over 883 and No. 5 Georgia closed strong with a 292 to finish fifth at 20-over 884. Ko had a final round of 2-under 70 over the 6,164-yard, par-72 River Course layout to finish at 1-under 215 to share the title with Harford and three others.
N.C. State, another entry in what looks like a really strong Atlantic Coast Conference this spring, also got a 2-under 70 from Sarah Bae, a senior from Pinehurst, N.C., as she finished tied for ninth at 2-over 218, a 75 from Indira Clyburn  a sophomore from England, as she finished tied for 38th at 226 and a huge 70 from Leonie Bettel, a sophomore from Austria, as she moved up to a tie for 47th at 228.
   Harford had a final-round 76 as she finished at 1-under 215, tied for the top spot with Ko and three others.
   A pair of Baylor players Maria Vesga, a sophomore from Colombia, and Amy Lee,  a junior from Orange County, Calif., also snuck into that five-way tie at 215 as Vesga matched par with a 72 and Lee carded a 1-over 73. The last member of the five-way logjam at the top was Maryland’s Panitta Yusabai, a senior from Thailand who had a final-round 73. Harford’s Furman teammate, Taylor Totland, of Tinton Falls, N.J., had a final-round 72 to finish just a shot out of the five-way tie for first at even-par 216.
   With a second straight 298, host Purdue, ranked 14th, moved up to 11th place at 804.
   The Boilermakers were led by Covadonga Sanjuan, a sophomore from Spain who had a final-round 74 to finish tied for 16th at 4-over 220. After struggling in the first two rounds, Marta Martin, a junior from Spain, had a final-round 73 to move up to a tie for 55th. Purdue’s other counters Tuesday were senior August Kim, the reigning Big Ten champion from St. Augustine, Fla. who matched par with a 72 to move into a tie for 43rd at 227, and Micaela Farah, a freshman from Peru who had a 79 to finish tied for 66th at 234.
   Meanwhile, a couple thousand miles away at the Northrop Grumann Regional Challenge, hosted by Ohio State at the Palos Verdes Golf Club in Palos Verdes, Calif., No. 2 Southern California put its considerable depth on display as the Trojans edged No. 14 Arizona State for the team title.
   Also, Duke’s Leona Maguire, a junior from Ireland, showed why she’s the No. 1 player in the women’s World Amateur Golf Ranking by grabbing a share of the top spot with two other players.
   USC posted a final-round of 5-over 289 to finish at 4-over 856. Arizona State, with a second straight 2-under 282, was a shot back at 857. No. 22 Duke, with Maguire leading the way, was third at 859 after a final-round 285, No. 6 Florida was 20 shots worse than its sizzling 275 in the middle round with a 295 total that left the Gators in fourth place at 860 and No. 3 Alabama finished fifth at 867 after a final-round 287.
   USC’s Robynn Ree, a sophomore from Redondo Beach, Calif., entered the final round among the contenders for the individual title, but she faltered with a 78. She still finished tied for 14th at 216, but her teammates picked her up in a big way.
   Victoria Morgan, a redshirt senior from Pasadena, Calif., had a final-round 71 over the 6,017-yard, par-71 Palos Verdes layout to finish tied for seventh at 213.  Gabriella Then, a senior from Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., had a 74 and Tiffany Chan, a senior from Hong Kong, had a 78 as they finished tied for 17th at 218. And Muni He,  a freshman from San Diego, really put the Trojans over the top with a 1-under 70 to finish tied for 24th at 219.
   Duke’s Maguire carded a final-round 70 to get a share of the individual title at 4-under 209. She was joined at that figure by Florida’s Taylor Tomlinson, a junior from Gainesville, Fla. who had a final-round 69, and UNLV’s Mackenzie Raim, a junior from Palm Desert, Calif. who matched Tomlinson’s 2-under 69.
   Florida’s Kelly Grassel, a senior from Chesteton, Ind., was brought along to compete as an individual and nearly won the individual title. A final-round 73 left her a shot back of the winning trio at 3-under 210.
   Host Ohio State, the reigning Big Ten co-champion which is ranked 24th, finished 13th at 886.

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