Park, Teare Ties For 21st At Anuenue Spring Break Classic
March 26, 2014
LBSU recorded a team low 302 in Wednesday's final round on the par-72, 6,022-yard course on the island of Maui, completing the three-day, 54-hole tournament at 53-over 917.
Fifteenth-ranked Pepperdine captured the team title with a 6-over 870 as the Waves held onto a nine-shot lead over No. 10 Washington (+15) in second and 20 strokes over No. 37 UC Davis (+26) in third.
For the third day in a row, both Park and Teare carded identical scores, posting their best round of the tournament with a 74. Park recorded four birdies, while Teare turned in three for the day to move up in the standings from 32nd.
Sophomore Shawnee Martinez also shot a 74, turning in her best round of the tournament to tie for 43rd at 16-over.
The Waves' Grace Na defended her individual title with a tournament record 11-under 205, winning by eight shots over the Aggies' Betty Chen (-3) in second.
LBSU returns to action Apr. 7-8, hosting The Gold Rush presented by Farmers Insurance at Yorba Linda Country Club in Yorba Linda.
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