Erynne Lee of Silverdale tied a course record with a 7-under par 65, helping UCLA rally to win the Anuenue Spring Break Classic in Hawaii.
KAPALUA, Hawai’i — Erynne Lee of Silverdale tied a course record with a 7-under-par 65, helping UCLA overtake Washington and win the Anuenue Spring Break Classic women’s golf tournament on Wednesday.
The Huskies entered the final round on the Bay Course at Kapalua Resort on Maui with a five-shot advantage over UCLA in the 18-team event. They finished with their best round of the tournament, a 3-under 285. But the Bruins closed with a 12-under 276 for an 854 total. Washington (858) was second and Arizona State (862) third.
Despite her hot finish, Lee tied for ninth at 77-73-65 — 215, 1 under par. Grace Na of Pepperdine won at 10-under 206.
UW’s SoonBin Kim tied for third at 4-under 212 after a bogey-free, 5-under 67 in the final round. She was 4-under on the back nine.
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“She has been due for a really good round,” UW coach Mary Lou Mulflur said of Kim, ranked eighth in the nation by Golfstat.com.
Charlotte Thomas tied for seventh at 2-under 214 and Ying Luo was at even-par 216 for the Huskies.
Track and field
Washington State’s Spencer Wordell and Sean Harris are 11th and 17th, respectively, after five events of the decathlon at the Texas Relays in Austin. Both had first-day personal records.
Seattle Pacific senior forward Jobi Wall was selected to play in the Division II men’s all-star game Friday at Freedom Hall in Louisville, Ky. Wall averaged 14.3 points and led the Great Northwest Athletic Conference in three-pointers with 91.
Seattle Pacific, Seattle U, Western Washington and Washington State will join seven other schools in the Cascade Sprints on American Lake in Lakewood Saturday. The regatta starts at 9 a.m.
• Seattle Pacific’s women are seeded fourth in the eight-team USA Gymnastics nationals April 12-14 in Shreveport, La. SPU has qualified 31 times in 32 years.
• Washington’s Lauren Rogers, a senior from Plains, Pa., was named to the All-Pac-12 first team as one of six all-around selections.
Hannah Ganfield‘s two-run homer helped Northwest University beat Lewis & Clark 4-2 in the opener of a nonleague doubleheader in Kirkland. The Pioneers (12-18) won Game 2, 8-7, despite Vanessa Ahrendt‘s three-run homer for the Eagles (5-23).
From sports-information reports.