Cal State East Bay Finishes Ninth at Sonoma State Invite
- October 20, 2009
SANTA ROSA, Calif. - The Cal State East Bay women's golf team placed 9th in the Sonoma State Invitational on October 18-20. Micalann Cowan finished 36th with a two-round score of 28-over-172 to lead all Cal State East Bay women golfers.
Alicia Haness and Katie Devine finished tied for 41st place with scores of 42-over-186. Catrina Williams and Andrea Reilly finished 43rd and 44th respectively in the two-day Invitational.
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