The women’s NCAA golf championship wrapped up in Tulsa, Okla., on Friday with the University of Southern California’s Doris Chen taking home medalist honours at 6-under par.
Individually, Team Canada’s Augusta James finished as the low Canadian. James, a junior at North Carolina State University ended the championship at 4-over 284 after rounds of 74-70-67-73.
SooBin Kim of Coquitlam, B.C. followed closely behind James, finishing in a tie for 16th at 5-over par. The Washington University junior recently finished in a tie for fourth at the Canadian Women’s Tour stop in Parksville, B.C.
Team Canada’s Anne-Catherine Tanguay of Quebec and Brittany Marchand of Orangeville, Ont., both ended their NCAA careers in a tie for 43rd at 11-over par. The seniors will both tee-it-up together next for Team Canada on the Canadian Women’s Tour in June.
Kim’s Washington Huskie teammate Jennifer Yang of Coquitlam, B.C., finished in a tie for 59th.
In the team division, Duke finished in the top spot edging out the University of Southern California by two strokes at 10-over par. Tanguay’s Oklahoma Sooner squad finished in fourth place, while N.C. State took home tenth place. The Washington Huskies closed the championship in 17th.
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