Pima’s media relations department contributed to this report:
Pima College sophomore Maria Harrouch continued her stellar play as she claimed the individual crown for the fifth straight tournament Thursday in the South Mountain Invitational held at the Aguila Golf Course in Laveen Village.
She produced season-best rounds and finished with a 137. She shot a 3-under par 69 in Wednesday’s round and closed out the final round with four straight birdies, finishing the day with a 4-under par 68.
Harrouch won the individual title by 12 strokes as South Mountain’s Kylie Rehberger took second place with a 149 (68-81).
It was the sixth and final regular-season tournament for Pima.
The Aztecs took second place for the first time this season in the team standings as they shot a two-round total of 645 (322-323). They finished in third place in all of the previous tournaments.
Mesa was first with a 637 (314-323) and South Mountain was third at 664 (329-335).
Sophomore Angelica Martinez tied for seventh place as she finished with a 7-stroke improvement in the final round after she shot a 163 (85-78) for the tournament.
Freshman Myranda Moreno (Tucson High) took 11th place after she shot a 168 (81-87) and fellow freshman Kayley Yanez (Marana) closed with a 177 (87-90), finishing in 17th place.
The Aztecs will next compete in the Southwest District Championships on April 17-19 at the Hillcrest Golf Course in Sun City West.