COLUMBUS, Ohio — The final round of the Lady Buckeye Spring Invitational was cancelled on Sunday due to heavy rain in the area.
The Beavers finished the 36-hole shortened event in fifth place with a 20-over 301-295—596 at the par-72, 6,319 Ohio State University Golf Club.
It’s the fifth consecutive tournament this spring Oregon State has notched a top-five finish: Westbrook Spring Invitational (ffith); Meadow Club Women’s Collegiate (third); Entrada Classic (fourth); Anuenue Spring Break Classic (fifth); and Lady Buckeye Spring Invitational (fifth).
Freshman Amanda Minni finished in a career-best tie for eighth place with a 2-over 76-70—146. Her previous best finish was a tie for 26th place at the Anuenue Spring Break Classic.
Freshman Ellie Slama finished in a tie for 13th place with a 4-over 74-74—148 and senior Susie Cavanagh shot a 5-over 77-72—149 for a tie for 20th.
Sophomore Nicole Schroeder finished in a tie for 40th place with a 9-over 74-79—153, junior Olivia Benzin finished in a tie for 54th with a 12-over 77-79—156 and sophomore Mari Nishiura finished with a 22-over 82-84—166 for 81st place.
Illinois won the team title with a 3-over 579 and Pimnipa Panthong of Kent State won medalist honors after a scorecard playoff with Grace Park of Illinois at 3-under
The Beavers will next compete at the Pac-12 Championship, which will be held April 23-25 in Seattle.
TEMPE, Ariz. – The men’s team finished in a tie for 10th place at the ASU Thunderbird Invitational on Sunday.
The Beavers concluded the two-day, 54-hole tournament with a 16-over 290-281-297—868 at the par-71, 7,032-yard ASU Karsten Golf Course.
Arizona State won the team title with a 22-under 830, one stroke better than UNLV (21-under 831) and three better than Oklahoma (19-under 833).
Sophomore Kyosuke Hara led the Beavers with a 1-under 71-68-73—212 to finish in a tie for 19th place. It’s the fourth top-20 finish of his career with three of them coming this spring.
Sophomore Shawn Lu was a stroke back with an even-par 73-66-74—213 to finish in a tie for 27th place. He had a team-best 13 birdies over the three rounds.
Junior Trevor Yu finished in a tie for 52nd place with a 7-over 75-72-73—220, freshman Spencer Tibbits finished in a tie for 58th with a 10-over 71-75-77—223 and freshman Keaton Gudz carded an 18-over 77-77-77—231 for a tie for 79th.
Shintaro Ban of UNLV and Yannik Paul of Colorado shared medalist honors with an 11-under 202.
The Beavers will next compete at the Pac-12 Championship, which is scheduled for April 23-25 in Los Angeles.