Apr 28, 2014 1:01 AM by KVOA Sports
The University of Arizona shot 6-over-par in the final four holes Sunday, finishing runner-up by a single stroke at the PAC-12 Women's Golf Championships. Washington won the tournament.
Sophomore Lindsey Weaver earned second place honors for the Wildcats. It's the fifth time this season Weaver was the top finisher for the UofA.
For the first time in NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championships history, the teams and individuals that will participate in the 2014 NCAA Regional Championships will be announced live on national television via Golf Channel on Mon., April 28. The regional selections will be announced live on Monday during Golf Central, Golf Channel's daily signature news show, with dedicated segments airing that evening from 3-74 p.m. MST/PT.
Meanwhile, the Wildcat men posted a ninth place finish at The Gallery Golf Club at Dove Mountain. Stanford took home the top team finish and individual champion in junior Patrick Rodgers.
"I was very happy to host the event this week," head coach Jim Anderson said. "All the teams were treated to true championship golf. We saw all conditions. We saw wind, rain, warmth, cold, calm and everything else. The golf course was set up perfectly and challenging, which is usually a really good recipe. The best team won this week."
Oro Valley junior Alex McMahon finished tied for ninth, the best finish for the UofA. Senior Erik Oja was a stroke behind and tied for 12th.
The regional selections will be announced on May 5th.