Regional Digest: UC Davis wins Hoosier Invitational; Chen is medalist
10/21/2013 12:00 AM
10/20/2013 11:24 PM
Sophomore Betty Chen won the medalist honor as UC Davis rolled to a 16-shot women's golf victory at the Hoosier Fall Invitational on Sunday in Bloomington, Ind.
Chen completed her second round, a 2-under-par 69, Sunday morning and fired another 69 in the third round for a 3-under 210 total at Hickory Stick Golf Club. Chen beat Carmen Laguna of Minnesota by two shots for her first tournament title, according to UCD's athletics website.
Freshman Paige Lee (Granite Bay High School) tied for sixth individually at 217. Senior Jessica Chulya (220), sophomore Andrea Wong (221) and junior Beverly Vatananugulkit (230) helped the Aggies score their first regular-season tournament title in two years. Illinois was second.
Aggies earn soccer win
Senior Ashley Edwards scored with four minutes left in the second overtime to give host UC Davis (4-7-3, 1-2-1 Big West Conference) a 1-0 women's soccer victory over Cal State Northridge (5-10-1, 0-4-1), according to UCD's athletics website.
Adam Levie and Alec Adamson of UC Davis will face sixth-seeded Campbell Johnson and Filip Bergevi of Cal in an ITA Northwest Regional doubles quarterfinal today in Moraga. Also, UCD's Brett Bacharach (Del Oro) and James Wade will meet Cal's Chase Melton and Gregory Bayane, UCD reported on its web site.
Trevor Allen (Davis) and Chris Richardson each scored two goals for 11th-ranked UC Davis (7-10) in its 19-5 water polo loss to host No. 4 Stanford (12-4), UCD reported.
Capital Crew 8th in Boston
A Capital Crew rowing team placed eighth in the four-man junior race at the Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston, according to a news release. By finishing within 5 percent of the winning time, Ben Snedecor of Granite Bay High School and Jesuit's Chris Graff, Aaron Rothleder, Tyler Valicenti and coxswain Keith Lewis earned a bid to next year's regatta.
– Bee Sports staff
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