Oregon State University Athletics

STANFORD, Calif. Chayse Gomez posted a career-best three-inning score on Sunday to lead the Oregon State women’s golf team at the Stanford Intercollegiate.

The Beavers concluded the three-day, 54-hole tournament with a score of 15 of 285-292-290-867 at Stanford Golf Course’s par 71 and 6,269 yards to finish tied for 10th place.

Oregon State finished ahead of four nationally ranked teams in Golfstat.com’s Top 50 – Florida #16 (+22), Georgia #37 (+22), Miami #28 (+23) ) and California No. 44 (+31).

Gomez recorded his second Top 10 as a Beaver, a tie for seventh place, after posting a career-best 4-under 68-72-69-209 that included 12 birdies, four in each round.

His previous best three-round score was a 2-under 214 at the Cougar Cup in Pullman, Wash., in his first collegiate tournament in 2019. His other Top 10 finish was a career-best tie for sixth place. at the Silverado Showdown in Napa, California, last April.

It was quite a rebound for Gomez after finishing in 80th place at the Beavers’ previous tournament, the Illini Women’s Invitational in Medinah, Illinois.

Real Freshman Kyra Ly was as consistent as can be, posting three straight rounds of a 1 of 72 to finish tied for 31st with a 3 of 216. She birdied her final three holes in the final round to post a 72 for third – straight day.

The tie for 31st is her best as a middle schooler after finishing in a tie for 36th at USF Intercollegiate and a tie for 35th at the Illini Women’s Invitational.

Amanda Minni had his best run of the tournament on Sunday, shooting a 1-of-72 that moved him up nine places in the standings and tied for 68th with a 10-of-73-78-72–223.

Kelsey Webster had nine birdies and nothing worse than a bogey in the three rounds that helped her finish tied for 57th with an 8-over 72-72-77–221.

Danique Stokmans finished the tournament with a 15-over 74-76-78–228 and tied for 86th place.

As a team, Oregon State birdied 44 in the tournament, fifth most among 19 teams.

The Stanford No. 1 won the tag team title by 10 strokes with a 15-under 837. Stanford’s Rose Zhang took medal honors with a 13-under 200.

The Beavers will then compete in their final tournament of the fall season, the Nanea Pac-12 Preview, which is scheduled for Monday, October 31 through Wednesday, November 2 in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.


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