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Cal Poly Finishes 11th in Anuenue Spring Break Classic

Cal Poly Finishes 11th in Anuenue Spring Break Classic

KAPALUA, Hawaii -- The Cal Poly women's golf team continued its climb in the final round of the Anuenue Spring Break Classic on Wednesday at The Bay Course on the Hawaiian island of Maui, jumping one more spot to an 11th-place finish.

And sophomore Madison Hirsch continued her climb as well. After finishing 26th Monday and 20th Tuesday, she posted a final-round 73 Wednesday to claim 14th place with an eight-over-par 224 total.

Coach Scott Cartwright's Mustangs posted a final-round four-person 298 total, their best aggregate of the three-day event, and finished with a 57-over-par 921 total.

Pepperdine defeated Washington by nine strokes, 870-879, for the team title. UC Davis finished third at 890. There were 15 schools in the 54-hole tournament.

Grace Na of Pepperdine successfully defended her individual title with a tournament record 11-under 205 total. She carded rounds of 70, 66 and 69 for an eight-shot victory over Betty Chen of UC Davis. Jennifer Yang of Washington was third at 215.

Cal Poly's Taylor Yoshitake carded a final-round 74 and moved from 50th place to 37th place with her 231 total while Jamie Corr (pictured above) also climbed 13 spots -- from 56th to 43rd -- with a final-round 74 for a 232 aggregate.

Cal Poly's other two scoring golfers were Alex Phillips with a final-round 78 for a 236 total and 61st place and Morgan Thomas with a final-round 77 for a 240 total and 72nd place.

Competing as individuals, Giovanna Ascolani finished in 69th place with a 239 total after a final-round 75; Asia Adell placed 77th with a 242 total following a final-round 73; and Montana Kosty finished in 88th place with a 256 total after carding a final-round 87.

Adell and Hirsch finished tied for seventh in par-3 scoring at two-over-par while Yoshitake and Hirsch were tied for 14th in par-4 scoring at five-over-par. Corr carded an eagle in the final round while Thomas carded eight birdies in 54 holes and Hirsch 35 pars, both in the top 15 in the field.

Cal Poly will compete in The Gold Rush hosted by Long Beach State at the Yorba Linda Country Club on April 7-8.