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Bristow, Little power Oregon to third place
SEATTLE - Oregon's Cathyrn Bristow shot a final round 71 to place eighth and Kendra Little shot 75 to finish fourth Wednesday and lead the Ducks to third place at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational in·vi·ta·tion·al
Restricted to invited participants: an invitational golf tournament.
An event, especially a sports tournament, restricted to invited participants.
Adj. 1. women's golf tournament.
Bristow carded a 1-under-par 71 on the 6,127-yard, par 72 Sahalee Country Club The Sahalee Country Club is a country club and golf course located in Sammamish, Washington, just outside of Seattle, USA. Sahalee is member-owned. In the Chinookan language Sahalee means "high heavenly ground". course and finished at 221, one stroke behind Little.
USC An abbreviation for U.S. Code. won the tournament at 882, with Arizona State second at 891 and Oregon third at 900. Oregon State finished 14th at 948.
"We held on strong and that's what we needed to do since there were a lot of strong teams closely behind us," UO coach Shannon Rouillard said. "The conditions were a little tougher since it rained nearly all day, but it didn't throw us, and we continued to play solid."
Bristow had four birdies on the first 11 holes to climb six spots on the final day.
Felicia Eastick carded 230 to tie for 32nd, Monika Graf tied for 46th at 235, Kate Hildahl tied for 63rd at 240, and Blair Ressler shot a 71 and finished tied for 69th at 242 for the Ducks.
USC's Belen Mozo mo·zo
n. pl. mo·zos Southwestern U.S.
1. A man who helps with a pack train or serves as a porter.
2. An assistant. tied for medalist honors at 217 with Arizona's Alison Walshe.
Jessi Gebhardt paced OSU (Open Source UNIX) Refers to the Unix variants that are maintained as open source, which were primarily BSD Unix and Linux until Sun made its Solaris operating system open source in 2005. with a 234 and tied for 43rd, followed by Julianna Uhrik tied for 51st at 236, Martha Burkard tied for 53rd at 237, and Jillian Ferrante and Lauren Archer tied for 72nd at 245.
Booth wins Oregon Super Senior golf crown
JUNCTION CITY Junction City, city (1990 pop. 20,604), seat of Geary co., NE Kans., at the confluence of the Republican and Smoky Hill rivers; inc. 1859. The rail, trade, and processing center of an agricultural and dairy area, it grew as the supply point for nearby Fort Riley, - Dick Booth of Junction City shot a final round 74 Wednesday and won the Arnold Palmer Flight at the Oregon Super Senior Amateur at Shadow Hills Country Club.
Booth finished at 233 in the flight for ages 68-70 for a six-stroke victory. Eugene's Libby Englander was second in the Babe Babe
Paul Bunyan’s blue ox; straightens roads by pulling them. [Am. Lit.: Fisher, 270]
See : Strength Zaharius Flight for women 65 and older, and Eugene's Jack Mattison.
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