CSUB hosts CSUN, loses on tiebreaker

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CSUB hosts CSUN, loses on tiebreaker

John Hernandez

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The CSU Bakersfield women’s golf hosted the Golden Game dual against CSU Northridge on Monday, March 26 at the Bakersfield Country Club. The Roadrunners unfortunately came up short in the contest against CSUN.

After the conclusion of the match, both teams finished tied with the same score of 313 (+21).  In case of a tie, at the end of the match, the top four scores from each team is tallied up and used as the tiebreaker. To break the tie, the scores were rounded up and CSUN broke the tie with a lower score from the player in the fifth position.

Senior Ariel Lee finished first overall for the Roadrunners and the field overall, shooting a 75 (+2). Senior Deedra Dollesin finished tied for third in the dual, finishing with a score of  78 (+5).

Both senior Tori Peers and redshirt-junior Sara Scheidt had an identical score of 80 (+7) tied for sixth.

There were several players for CSUB playing individually in the dual. Senior Julia Stewart had the best score among the players individually finishing with the a score of 81 (+8).

April Chang and Jenni Chun also played individually. Chang finished her day by shooting 84 (+11) and Chun shot a 86 (+13) for round of play.

Up next for the Roadrunners is their final invitational of the season, the Bobcat Invitational in Goodyear, Arizona, beginning Monday, April 9-10.

Following the Bobcat Invitational is the Western Athletic Tournament starting Monday, April 16-17 in Phoenix, Arizona to officially end the 2017-2018 season for the CSUB women’s golf team.

 

Senior Ariel Lee, in her back stroke, concentrates at the Bakersfield Country Club on Monday, March 26, in a dual against CSU Northridge.

Sophomore Macey Mills (center) talks with her teammates at the Bakersfield Country Club on Monday, March 26, during a break in the dual with CSUN.

All photos by Simer Khurana/ The Runner