– The Oregon State women's golf team looks to build on three consecutive top-five finishes when it competes at the Anuenue Spring Break Classic Monday through Wednesday in Kapalua, Hawai'i.
The Beavers opened the spring season with a fifth-place showing at the Westbrook Spring Invitational and followed that with a third-place effort at the Meadow Club Women's Intercollegiate and a fourth-place mark at the Entrada Classic.
Oregon State, Cal Poly, CSU Fullerton, East Tennessee State, Hawai'i, Idaho, Long Beach State, Louisville, Santa Clara, UC Davis, UC Irvine, UC Riverside and Utah Valley.
The tournament will be held at the par-72, 6,022-yard Kapalua Bay Course.
Oregon State will go with a lineup of senior Susie Cavanagh
, junior Olivia Benzin
, sophomores Mari Nishiura
and Nicole Schroeder
and freshman Ellie Slama
. Freshman Amanda Minni
will compete as an individual.
Three-day, 54-hole tournament with 18 holes each day. The top-four individuals from each five-member team with the lowest scores for each 18-hole round constitute the scoring members for that given round.
Play begins at 8 a.m. Hawai'i time (11 a.m. PT) on Monday and Tuesday and 7:45 a.m. Hawai'i time (10:45 a.m. PT) on Wednesday.
There will be live scoring for the tournament at golfstat.com
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Oregon State finished fourth at the 14-team Entrada Classic on March 13 with a 17-over 291-299-291--881 at the par-72, 6,098-yard Entrada at Snow Canyon Country Club.
No. 48 BYU won the team title with an even-par 864, No. 18 Kent State finished second with a 2-over 866 and Texas Tech rounded out the top three with a 14-over 878.
Oregon State finished ahead of two teams ranked among the golfstat.com Top 50 (No. 26 North Carolina and No. 49 SMU) and has notched three top-five finishes in as many spring tournaments with a fifth-place showing at the Westbrook Spring Invitational and a third-place mark at the Meadow Club Women's Intercollegiate.
finished in a career-best third place with a steady 3-under 71-71-71--213. It was just one stroke off her best three-round score of 4-under 212 that she posted at the Ron Moore Invitational this past fall to finish in a then-career best tie for eighth place.
Schroeder led the 75-player field with 14 birdies and didn't have anything worse than a bogey over the three rounds. She has finished in red figures in eight of her 14 rounds this season.
finished in a tie for fifth place with an even-par 69-76-71--216. She led the field with 40 pars and now has two career top-five finishes after claiming medalist honors at the Ron Moore Invitational this past fall.
moved five spots up the leaderboard on the final day to finish in a tie for 23rd place with an 8-over 77-73-74--224. She had eight birdies and 33 pars during the two-day, 54-hole tournament.
shot a 13-over 74-79-76--229 to finish in a tie for 37th place and Susie Cavanagh
was two strokes back with a 15-over 77-79-75--231 to finish in a tie for 43rd.
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