Women’s college golf team of the week: Southern California

Julie Williams
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A year has passed since the last Pac-12 Women’s Golf Championship (a year has passed since any women’s golf conference championship), but USC still defended its 2019 league title. The Trojans won the league title wire-to-wire for the second consecutive time and claimed their fifth Pac-12 title in the past 10 championships.

USC’s conference-championship win also marks its fifth team title this season, after not competing in the fall along with the rest of the conference.

Amelia Garvey, runner-up at 5 under, was USC’s highest individual finisher at Stanford Golf Course. Three teammates were inside the top 15. USC went 3 under as a team, which was five shots better than host Stanford.

“I’m so happy for this group to be rewarded with a Pac-12 Championship,” USC head coach Justin Silverstein said in a school release. “This golf course provided an extremely tough and intense test and we were able to survive by playing really smart and disciplined golf.”

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