Freshman Linda Brown posted the lowest single-round score for the Pioneers at the CSU Monterey Bay Otter Invitational.
CSUEB women's golf finishes '12 season
- May 3, 2012 5:00am
The Cal State East Bay women's golf team finished off the regular season with a seventh-place showing at the Cal State Monterey Bay Otter Invitational. The Pioneers posted a three-round total of 975 (+111) to finish seven strokes back of sixth-place Sonoma State and 17 strokes out of the top three.
Linda Brown led East Bay, tying for ninth in the field of 43 individuals after posting a three-round total of 232 (+16). Brown posted the lowest single-round score for the Pioneers, notching a 75 (+3) in the first round. Deanna Tyndall took four strokes off her first-round score to tie for 22nd. Katie Devine tied for 27th with a three-round total of 250 (+34). Andrea Castellanos carded a 253 to finish 32nd, while Arielle Swan-Smith took eight strokes off her first-round total on Tuesday to tie for 33rd and finish just one stroke behind Castellanos to round out the Pioneer contingent.
Way to finish, Pioneers!
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