Women’s golf places fourth in the Dennis Rose Intercollegiate

The Eagles ranked the highest among PacWest teams in a tournament hosted by the Hawaii Hilo University Vulcans.

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Women’s golf places fourth in the Dennis Rose Intercollegiate

Junior Sophia Karnazes gets ready to hit her ball.

Junior Sophia Karnazes gets ready to hit her ball.

Courtesy of Biola Athletics

Junior Sophia Karnazes gets ready to hit her ball.

Courtesy of Biola Athletics

Courtesy of Biola Athletics

Junior Sophia Karnazes gets ready to hit her ball.

Zachary Devane and Andi Basista

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The Eagles flew to Waikoloa, Hawaii on Monday, Oct. 28 through Wednesday, Oct. 30 to compete in the Dennis Rose Intercollegiate. Biola came in fourth out of 10 teams overall but was the top PacWest representative. 

EAGLES SOAR

Sophomore Sami Penor finished out the first round with one of her best single-round tournament scores at 71. The second round for Penor ended with a score of 80, earning her a top-10 finish on the individual leaderboard. Junior Marcel Manalo improved from her first-round score of 80 to a score of 76 in the second round. Senior Alexis Gopfert posted an 80 during her first round and beat that score with a 78 in the second round. Junior Sophia Karnazes put up a 78 in both her first and second rounds. Senior Jules Loibl earned a score of 74 in the first round and finished the tournament with a 79.

The Eagles will take a break until next semester and return to the green on Monday, Feb. 3 to Tuesday, Feb. 4 to compete in the PLNU Sea Lion Invitational in San Diego, California.