Griz take fourth, Cats finish sixth at Big Sky Golf championship

2014-04-22T23:00:00Z 2014-04-22T23:24:04Z Griz take fourth, Cats finish sixth at Big Sky Golf championshipGazette News Services The Billings Gazette
April 22, 2014 11:00 pm  • 

CHANDLER, Ariz. -- A Ram Choi carded a final-round 67 as she captured medalist honors and led Portland State to the Big Sky Conference golf championship on Tuesday.

Choi's 67 tied the single-round championship record and highlighted a record-tying final round for the Vikings, who entered the day tied with Sacramento State in the team race. Portland State tied the third-round championship record with a 2-over-par 290 to beat the Hornets by 15 shots.

Portland State claimed its seventh Big Sky golf title by firing rounds of 299, 306 and 290 for a 54-hole total of 895 at the Ocotillo Golf Resort. All seven titles have come since 2003, and this was the first for new coach Kailin Downs.

Montana State’s Kati Greear finished in a tie for fourth with a three-round total of 225. The Bobcats placed sixth overall. Montana placed fourth, but didn’t place anybody in the top 10. Barbora Bakova finished 11th at 229.

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