The Gonzaga women's golf team shot a final-round 293 to win the Folino Invitational by 13 strokes Tuesday.
INDUSTRY HILLS, Calif. — The Gonzaga women’s golf team shot a final-round 293 to win the Folino Invitational by 13 strokes Tuesday.
Gonzaga, which led by four strokes entering the final round, broke the school record for round scoring of 294 set in 2006, and its 54-hole score of 897 was one shot off the school record set in 2008.
Alice Kim, with a final-round 75, finished tied for second at 8-over 221, one shot behind medalist Tara Green of Montana.
Lori Pearson (21-over 234) tied for 20th to lead Seattle University, which finished 10th out of 12 teams.
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Compiled from sports-information reports and other sources.