Sports Briefs: Golf

The women’s golf team placed fourth out of 15 at the recent Myrtle Beach Classic.

The Hurricanes were led by a pair of seniors, Jessica Seward and Hagen Weintraub, who finished tied for sixth and tied for 11th, respectively. Additionally, freshmen Maria Ronderos finished tied for 14th and Christina Hirano finished 49th, while junior Anabelle Paulino finished tied for 69th.

The Hurricanes will be back in action Saturday at the Wildcat Fall Invitational.

Information compiled from

September 27, 2007


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