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Women’s golf head to UC Irvine Invitational

Fresh off a tie for fifth-place finish at the Seminole Matchup, the women’s golf team now prepares for one of the premier events of the spring season on Monday and Tuesday at the UC Irvine Invitational, presented by Kia.
Kia, as part of their partnership with the collegiate event, will award this year’s winner a sponsor’s exemption for their LPGA tour event — the Kia Classic — in late March.
No. 15 A&M’s success at the Seminole Matchup also saw Bianca Fabrizio seize individual medalist honors.
The field for the upcoming Invitational features 10 of the nation’s top 50 division-one programs, including No. 2 University of Southern California, No. 4 University of Washington and No. 5 Stanford University. 10 of the top 40 ranked players in the country will make their way to Santa Ana, California, including defending champion No. 11 Mariah Stackhouse from Stanford University.
UC Irvine director of Intercollegiate athletics Mike Izzi commended the quality of this year’s event, of which UC Irvine is the official host.
“We are thrilled to once again partner with Kia and Santa Ana Country Club,” Izzi said. “This partnership has resulted in one of the best tournaments in the country. The quality of teams and players competing this year is a tribute to that collaboration. It just keeps getting better every year and we appreciate their support. ”
The Invitational concludes after two days of tournament action at the Santa Ana Country Club, a 6,536-yard, par 72 track on Kikuyu grass.

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