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Trio of Oaks entered in women's golf tournament

 
Monta Vista-Cupertino grad Tiffany Chan is in 38th place after the first round of the Mikuni Sushi Shootout. Photo courtesy of Menlo Athletics.

The three-member Menlo College women's golf team opened its season Monday at the Mikuni Sushi Shootout, hosted by Holy Names University at the Catta Vedera Country Club in Lincoln.

Addison Hemming led the Oaks with a round of 90. Her day featured five pars and the best score among Menlo golfers on par 3 holes, going 2-plus on the day.


Addison Hemming/Menlo Athletics
Alexandra Lundqvist and Tiffany Chan each finished with a round of 92. Lundqvist was the best Menlo golfer on par 4s while Chan was just one stroke over on the par 5s of the course, finishing just two strokes off the lead in that department. All three women finished in the top-forty individually after one round.

Seven schools sent full lineups. Academy of Art is in first place with a first round score of 302. Academy's Anahi Servin and Iveeta Poslendi are tied for the lead after each shot a 74. Teammates Shu-Lin Lin and Vicky Kuo also finished in the top-10.

Chico State resides in second at 314 while host Holy Names and Cal State East Bay are tied for third at 317.

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