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MADISON, Wisc. - One day after defeating Nebraska, UC Davis returned to the University Ridge Golf Course, in Madison, Wisc., on Tuesday to face Oregon State in the final day of action at the East-West Match Play.
Up-1 with two holes remaining in her individual matchup with Susie Cavanagh, Yoonhee Kim won the 17th hole to defeat her Pac-12 foe 2&1. Also collecting an individual victory, in near wire-to-wire fashion for the Aggies was Samantha Hutchison.
After matching Haley Nist’s score on the first hole played, Hutchison won the second hole and quickly pulled away shortly thereafter, leading by as many as six holes before posting a 4&3 victory.
The Aggies will now enjoy one-week hiatus before returning to action when they head to Highland Park, Ill., to participate at the Windy City Collegiate Classic, hosted by Northwestern.
East-West Match Play
Hosted by Wisconsin
University Ridge Golf Course
Par 72/6,219 yards
Oregon State 3, UC Davis 2
Yoonhee Kim (UCD) def. Susie Cavanagh (OSU) 2&1
Samantha Hutchison (UCD) def. Haley Nist (OSU) 4&3
Olivia Benzin (OSU) def. Christine Danielsson (UCD) 4&3
Ellie Slama (OSU) def. Madison Wood (UCD) 3&1
Nicole Schroeder (OSU) def. Rei Nakatani (UCD) 1UP
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Providing a small-town community feel while providing a world-class academic experience, UC Davis is home to more than 37,000 students and centrally located between San Francisco, Lake Tahoe, and the Napa Valley.
The No. 6-ranked public university in the nation, according to the Wall Street Journal, offers nearly 100 graduate programs and more than 100 academic majors across four colleges and six professional schools, ranking among the world and nation's best in numerous disciplines, including veterinary science, agriculture, and plant and animal programs.
Hutchison, Danielsson finish
first day at 3-under