Information provided by the Pima College media-relations department:
Pima sophomore Maria Harrouch won an individual tournament for the third straight time this season as she shot a 1-over par 73 in her final round Tuesday and posted a two-day total of 150 (77-73) in the Paradise Valley CC Invitational held at Cave Creek Golf Course in Phoenix.
Harrouch topped Presley Pickron from Mesa as she finished 3-strokes behind with a 153 (77-76).
The Aztecs finished in third place in the team standings and had a 21-stroke improvement between the day’s scores. They finished with an overall total of 671 (346-325) and were 4-strokes from South Mountain Community College for second place (667-333-334). Mesa Community College took first place with a 631 (320-311).
Pima sophomore Angelica Martinez (Tucson High grad) produced a 4-stroke improvement in her second round of play as she finished in 11th place with a score of 168 (86-82).
Freshman Myranda Moreno (Tucson High) improved by 5-strokes in Tuesday’s round as she shot a 171 (88-83) and placed 13th in the final individual standings.
Freshman Kayley Yanez (Marana) closed out her tournament with an 8-stroke distinction between rounds as she had a score of 182 (95-87).
The Aztecs will compete in the Chandler-Gilbert CC Invitational on Mar. 25-26 held at the Las Colinas Golf Club in Queen Creek. The teams will tee off at noon on both days.
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