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Hawaii women tied for 10th at Anuenue golf tournament
March 25, 2014 - Robert Collias
I will be out there for Wednesday's final round, here is Kyle Sakamoto's take on round one, here is our current breaking news story and here is the press release today from the Anuenue Spring Break Classic, hosted by UH, at the Kapalua Bay Course:
KAPALUA, Maui - The University of Hawai'i women's golf team is currently tied for 10th following round two of the 3rd Annual Anuenue Spring Break Classic, Tuesday at The Bay Course.
The Rainbow Wahine shot a second round 308 for a 615 total and is tied with Big West rival Long Beach State. No. 15 Pepperdine posted a tournament-best 287 and holds a three-stroke lead over No. 10 Washington entering Wednesday's final round. The Waves have a cumulative 577 total to UW's 580.
Individually, defending champion Grace Na of Pepperdine came within one stroke of tying the course record with a 6-under 66 and leads the tournament at 8-under 136. UC Davis' Betty Chen and Washington's Ying Luo each shot even par 72 and are 2-under 142 for the tournament.
UH freshman Izzy Leung fired a 4-over 76 and is tied for 20th at 151. Fellow freshman Brianna Becker shot 77 for the second consecutive day and is tied for 38th at 154. Freshman Raquel Ek shot 78 for a 155 total and a tie for 41st along with freshman Kelli-Anne Katsuda, who shot 77. Sophomore Nichole Cruz improved four strokes from her first round 84 with an 80 and is tied for 78th at 164.
Maui native Liana Otake is one of three Rainbow Wahine competing as individuals. Otake shot 82 and has a 159 total, which is tied for 61st. Freshman Daezsa Tomas eagled the par-4 13th hole, holing out from over 175 yards out and finished with an 82 for a 160 total and tie for 64th. Senior Charlee Kapiioho-Sagum is tied for 80th at 165 after a second round 84.
The tournament concludes on Wednesday with a 7:45 a.m. shotgun start.
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