@EWUGolf Finishes Seventh At Big Sky Championship

Chandler, Ariz. – The Eastern Washington women's golf team concluded play at the 2014 Big Sky Golf Championship Tuesday, Apr. 22, placing seventh after three rounds of play at the Ocotillo Golf Resort.

Eastern recorded its highest score of the three-day championship on the final round, finishing with a team score of 323 to record a three-round total of 946 (314-309-323).

"It wasn't our best day today," head coach Brenda Howe said. "It was a tight race between third and seventh starting the day, and to be in the mix speaks volumes as to how far we've come this year. We were positioned to make a move and had a little help from some other schools but just couldn't take advantage."

Freshman Hannah Kim (80-75-81) and sophomore Maddie Dodge (82-74-80) tied for 22nd among 55 golfers, finishing with identical scores of 236.

Sophomore Marissa Borja (78-77-82) and junior Taylor Crandall (74-83-80) tallied identical scores of 237 to finish in a tie for 27th.

Playing in her final collegiate golf tournament, senior Sara Callagy recorded a three-round total of 265 (91-86-88).

Portland State won its seventh Big Sky title, finishing with a team score of 895 (299-306-290). The Vikings' A Ram Choi won the individual title, shooting a final-round score of 67 to tie the lowest single-round score in championship history.

Sacramento State and Southern Utah took second and third, respectively, while Montana and Northern Arizona rounded out the top five.

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