Wildcat women fall just short; men place ninth

2014-04-27T17:01:07Z 2014-04-28T12:18:46Z Wildcat women fall just short; men place ninthArizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
April 27, 2014 5:01 pm  • 

Lindsey Weaver and the University of Arizona women’s golf team finished one shot short of being the Pac-12 champion.

Weaver’s 2-under 214 total was good for second among individuals at the Pac-12 championship, and helped UA to a second-place team finish in Corvallis, Ore.

Weaver finished three shots back of winner Alison Lee of UCLA. Weaver’s finish was Arizona’s highest individual placement at the event since Lorena Ochoa was second in 2002.

Stanford won the team event with a 5-over 869, one stroke ahead of UA and USC.

UA’s Jessica Vasilic (4-over 220) tied for 13th and Manon Gidali (5-over 221) tied for 17th.

Arizona entered Sunday one shot behind leader UCLA and three shots ahead of Stanford.

Men

Stanford won the men’s title as well, while Arizona finished ninth at Marana’s Gallery Golf Club.

UA finished with a 63-over 1,503 total, 65 shots behind the Cardinal.

Alex McMahon paced the Wildcats with a 4-over 292 total, good for a tie for ninth. Erik Oja (5-over 293) tied for 12th.

Stanford’s Patrick Rodgers took individual honors with a 7-under 281. Washington finished second, 15 shots behind the Cardinal.

Compiled from press releases

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