Arizona women's golf finishes sixth at Landfall Tradition
The Arizona women’s golf team finished sixth at the three-day, three-round Landfall Tradition tournament in Wilmington, N.C., over the weekend.
No. 8 Arizona tied with No. 22 Michigan State. The Wildcats finished with 910 ( 46) total and individual rounds of 304, 302 and 304.
The Wildcats got off to a fast start on Friday when they were in fourth place with the team score for the first day of the tournament. Arizona shot a 304 ( 16) and was 19 strokes behind Alabama, who was the field leader with a score of 285 (-3).
Freshman Wanasa Zhou made her first debut as a Wildcat and tied for 13th place overall.
No. 13 sophomore Lindsey Weaver finished in 22nd place with scores of 77, 73 and 77 for a total of 227 ( 11). Weaver led Arizona on the second day of the tournament to a 302 ( 14) team score. She shot a 73 ( 1) on Saturday to improve from her first day of the tournament.
Junior Manon Gidali tied for 38th with a score of 230 ( 14) with rounds of 76, 78 and 76.
Other juniors who contributed to Arizona’s overall performance were Kendall Prince and No. 23 Andrea Vilarasau. Prince carded a 232 ( 16) with rounds of 74, 78 and 80. Vilarasau finished with a score of 239 ( 23) with rounds of 83, 76 and 80. She tied for 74th place.
Up next for Arizona is a trip to Kohala, Hawaii, on Nov. 4 for the Pac-12 Preview.
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