GUELPH, ONTARIO, Canada – Following four rounds at the Canadian Women’s Amateur Championship, the Duke women’s golf program featured two golfers in the top 10 at Cutten Fields in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
Recent graduate Sandy Choi carded rounds of 71, 73, 71 and 70 for a five-over-par, 285, on her way to placing tied eighth overall. Incoming freshman Jaravee Boonchant was tied 10th with scores of 70, 69, 70 and 77 for a six-over-par, 286.
Duke rookie Hannah O’Sullivan missed the cut with rounds of 77 and 79.
Wake Forest standout Jennifer Kupcho won the individual title after firing scores of 65, 70, 66 and 72 for a seven-under-par, 273.