Women's golf continues fall season with Tri-Match

A women's golfer tees off.
Photo by Larry Newman

TUSTIN, Calif. – Sophomore Kristen Lee shot the low round for the Chapman University women's golf team in a three-team match with Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and Redlands. The Panthers shot 51-over 339 at Tustin Ranch against two of the best teams in the nation.

Lee was the low round for the Panthers, firing an eight-over 80 to tie for ninth on the leaderboard. Sophomore Sydnee Dimascio was 11-over par with an 83 to tie for 14th and junior Brooke Leet shot an 85 to finish +13 in the one round match and in 16th place.

Freshman Avani Tamuluri finished 18th with a 91 (+19) and senior Haylie Bantle took 19th with a 98 (+26). Freshman Maddie Hill sophomore Skye Henry finished out the Panther lineup, shooting a 103 (+31) and 105 (+33), respectively.

The Panthers have one more round left in the fall season when they take on Vanguard at Coyote Hills on Oct. 11.


By Steven Olveda
Sports Information Director

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