By BRYAN OROZCO
Pima Community College women’s golf took second place for the fourth straight time in regular season at the Chandler-Gilbert Invitational on March 16.
The Aztecs held off South Mountain Community College and had a nine-stroke improvement from the first round. They finished with a two-day score of 667 (338-329).
Freshman Desiree Hong took first place in the individual for the second straight time. She had a winning total of 151 as she shot a three-over 75 in the first round and a 76 in the second round.
Freshmen Adriana Moreno and Samantha Hacker each shot a total of 170. Moreno finished the final round with a six-stroke improvement from the first round with an 88-82.
Hacker was two shots better in the second round with an 86-84.
The Aztecs will compete in the South Mountain Community College Invitational at the Legacy Golf Resort in Laveen, Ariz., on April 4-5.
April 18-19: Pima Invitational, Silverbell Golf Course, TBA.