BANKS, Ore. – George Fox slotted four golfers among the top 10 individuals to easily win the Pacific Fall Invitational, which wrapped up Sunday at Quail Valley Golf Course.
The Bruins, led by medalist Megan McGrew, shot a combined total of 629 to finish comfortably in front of runner-up Whitworth’s 655. Whitman was third at 661.
Linfield shaved seven strokes off its first-day score to elevate from fifth place into fourth with a 36-hole total of 680, edging Willamette by six strokes.
Pacing the Wildcats was Hannah Christianson, who carded matching 84s on both days to score 168, good for a share of 12th place.
Brinn Hovde improved by eight strokes from the first day to the second, scoring 90-82-172. Lydia Smith shot a two-round total of 175. Sister Alexandria Smith (Sr., Bellingham, Wash.), Linfield’s first-day leader, hit a rough patch on Sunday, scoring 80-98-178 for the tournament. Sophie Corr wrapped up the Linfield scoring at 95-85-180.
COMING UP: Linfield heads to southeast Washington to compete in the Whitman Invitational Saturday and Sunday at Wine Valley Golf Club.
Shares 12th place
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