With three rounds in the books and just one left to play, the Oregon Ducks found themselves sitting in 17th place after a strong round from Cassy Isagawa and Hanule Sky Seo. Having shot a 295 in round two, Oregon followed up their impressive effort by shooting a 9-over 297 in the third round of play to bring their total score to 893 at the event (301-295-297).
Leading the way for the Ducks was Isagawa, who continued to rebound after a round one that saw her shoot a 75. Her round three total of 70 brought her overall score to 216 (75-71-70-216) and moved her into a tie for 14th overall. Sky Seo followed her teammate’s impressive performance, shooting a 73 on the day while bringing her score to 224 (79-71-73. She currently sits in a tie for 55th place.
Cali Hipp finished two shots over her score from day two but still managed to finish alongside teammate Caroline Inglis with a 77. Hipp’s and Inglis’ scores are now both 228, placing them in a tie for 82nd overall.
Avery Sills‘ score was once again left out of the team score but recorded, as she shot an 84 to mark her toughest round of the NCAA Championships so far. She had previously shot a 76 in round one and 79 in round two to bring her score to a 239.
The USC Trojans continued to hold their lead on the top spot in the tournament, as they shot a 285 on the third day of competition to bring their total to 845 (284-276-285). The Duke Blue Devils sit in second at 862 while Purdue (873) and Alabama (873) are tied for third.
The Championships wrap up today with round four.
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