ANTALYA, Turkey - Duke University golfers Celine Boutier and Alejandra Cangrejo closed out their play at the World Team Amateur Championship on Sunday at the Gloria Golf Club Old and New Courses in Antalya, Turkey.
Boutier, who was four-under-par through three rounds, carded a two-over-par, 74, on Sunday to finish the 72-hole championship with a two-over-par, 286, which was tied for 12th overall. The Montrouge, France product managed only five birdies the last two days following registering 10 over the first 36 holes. Boutier, a freshman representing France, was one-under-par through 12 holes but suffered bogeys on three of her final six holes to finish with a 74.
A native of Bogota, Colombia, Cangrejo struggled on the final day turning in an 81 on her way to finishing with a four-day total of 304, which was tied for 82nd.
Lydia Ko of New Zealand took home the individual title with a 14-under-par, 274, while the Republic of Korea won the team championship with a 13-under-par, 563. Rounding out the top 10 teams were Germany (566), Finland (567), Australia (567), Spain (568), New Zealand (568), Canada (569), United States (570), France (572) and Japan (574). Colombia was 33rd with a 596.
The Duke duo will return to Durham and get prepared for the NCAA Fall Preview, which will take place on Oct. 5-7 in Athens, Ga.