The No. 3 Auburn Women's Golf Team Tied for Eighth at the Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Golf Championship
AUBURNTIGERSDOTCOM Marta Sanz
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Marta Sanz
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Feb. 28, 2012

AUBURN - The No. 3 Auburn women's golf finished tied for eighth with Oregon in the final round of the Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Golf Championship at 33-over 897, carding rounds of 300-300-297--897. Sophomore Marta Sanz took home her third top-10 finish for the season taking eighth.

Hosted by Tulane, the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Golf Championship was a 54-hole stroke play tournament played at the English Turn Golf and Country Club in New Orleans, La. The par 72 course played at 6, 105 yards for the tournament.

"Marta had a solid day today," head coach Kim Evans said. "I was really pleased to see her finish in the top-10."

Sanz finished the final round at 3-over 71, carding three birdies for the round and 74-73-71--21 for the tournament.

Freshman Victoria Trapani carded four birdies to put her at 3-over 75 for the round a tie for 25th with 74-75-75--224. Senior Patricia Sanz tied for 30th after finishing the round at 2-over 74 and 75-76-74--225 for the tournament.

Junior Diana Fernandez tied for 49th, carding rounds of 77-76-77--230. Senior Haley Wilson finished the round at 8-over 80 and 79-79-80--238 for the tournament.

Playing as an individual, junior Carlie Yadloczky tied for 21st with a final round of 3-over 75 and 75-73-75--223 for the tournament.

"I am glad to see Carlie finish strong in this tournament," Evans said. "I know that Carlie was a little inconsistent in our last tournament, but she did a great job this week."

Duke finished the tournament in first at 13-over 877, followed by Colorado in second carding 16-over 880. Southern California took third with 17-over 881, with Alabama in fourth at 20-over 884. Baylor came in fifth was 23-over 887.

 

 

Individually, Colorado's Alex Stewart took first with 5-under 211, followed by Oregon's Cassy Isagawa in second carding 4-under 212. Southern California's Lisa McCloskey came in third with 3-under 213. In a three-way tie for fourth are Duke's Lindy Duncan, Florida State's Malin Jansson and Alabama's Jennifer Kirby carding 1-under 215.

"It wasn't our week," Evans said. "We have a lot of great things to build on and there is a lot of hard work ahead of us before we go to Florida."

The Tigers will be back on the course March 16-18 for the Lady Gator Invitational in Gainesville, Fla. at the Bostick Golf Course.

TEAM RESULTS
1 - Duke - 295-294-288--877 (+13)
2 - Colorado - 297-293-290--880 (+16)
3 - Southern Cal- 293-292-296--881 (+17)
4 - Alabama - 301-298-285--884 (+20)
5 - Baylor - 297-294-296--887 (+23)
6 - Tulane - 301-300-292--893 (+29)
7 - Texas A&M - 300-298-298--896 (+32)
T8 - Auburn - 300-300-297--897 (+33)
T8 - Oregon - 294-302-301--897 (+33)
10 - Florida - 300-293-305--898 (+34)
11 - Tulsa - 299-310-300--909 (+45)
12 - Florida State - 301-301-308--910 (+46)
13 - Kennesaw State - 308-298-311--917 (+53)
14 - East Carolina - 313-308-301--922 (+58)
15 - Mississippi - 310-306-307--923 (+59)

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS
8 - Marta Sanz - 74-73-71--218 (+2)
T21 - Carlie Yadloczky - 75-73-75--223 (+7)**
T25- Victoria Trapani - 74-75-75--224 (+8)
T30 - Patricia Sanz - 75-76-74--225 (+9)
T49 - Diana Fernandez - 77-76-77--230 (+14)
T66 - Haley Wilson - 79-79-80--238 (+22)
** - Competing as an individual