San Diego State women's golf

SDSU WOMEN'S GOLF'S FERNANDA ESCUARIZA CAPTURES MEDALIST HONORS AT MW CHAMPIONSHIP

 

Aztecs finish second in team standings for second straight year

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Photo:  Flanked by head coach Leslie Spalding and assistant coach Carly Ludwig, Fernanda Escauriza (center) takes the ceremonial plunge into Poppie's Pond after capturing medalist honors on Wednesday. (Justin Tafoya/NCAA Photos, courtesy goaztecs.com)

April 19, 2017 (Rancho Mirage, Calif.) - San Diego State’s Fernanda Escauriza (Asunción, Paraguay) captured the individual title at the 2017 Mountain West Championship on Wednesday after shooting a 2-under-par 70 during the final round at Mission Hills Country Club. With her total, the Aztec freshman completed the event with a 54-hole total of 6-under 210 to become the program’s first-ever medalist in a conference tournament.


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SDSU WOMEN'S GOLF SLIPS INTO SECOND AT MW CHAMPIONSHIP

 

Aztecs’ Fernanda Escauriza tied for second individually after second round

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Photo:  Fernanda Escauriza moved into a tie for second at the MW Championship after tying for the low round of the day with a 3-under 69.  Courtesy goaztecs.com

April 18, 2017 (Rancho Mirage, Calif.) - The San Diego State women’s golf team slipped one notch into second place at the 2017 Mountain West Championship on Tuesday after posting a combined 3-over-par 291 during the second round  at Mission Hills Country Club.


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SDSU WOMEN'S GOLF SHARES LEAD AFTER ROUND ONE AT MW CHAMPIONSHIP

 

Aztecs’ Fernanda Escauriza, Haleigh Krause tied for fourth individually

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Photo:  Fernanda Escauriza (left) and Haleigh Krause are tied for 4th on the individual leaderboard after each shot a 71 in round one of the MW Championship.  Courtesy goaztecs.com

April 17, 2017 (Rancho Mirage, Calif.) - The San Diego State women’s golf team grabbed a share of the lead at the 2017 Mountain West Championship on Monday after shooting a collective 1-under-par 287 during the opening round  at Mission Hills Country Club.


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SDSU WOMEN'S GOLF TIES FOR 10TH AT PING/ASU INVITATIONAL

 

Aztec senior Sirene Blair ties for 21st individually

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Photo:  Georgia Lacey carded the Aztecs' low round of the day at the PING/ASU Invite with a 71.  Courtesy goaztecs.com

April 9, 2017 (Tempe, Ariz.) - The San Diego State women’s golf team finished in a tie for 10th place at the PING/ASU Invitational on Sunday after shooting a collective 13-over-par 301 during the final round at Karsten Golf Course. With their score, the Aztecs completed the 41st annual tournament with a 54-hole total of 27-over 891, along with Missouri and LSU, on the par-72, 6,337-yard track.


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