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Huser three strokes shy

Nicholas Torres, Reporter

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The Bakersfield College women’s golf team just missed a chance to send freshman Kendall Huser to qualify for the state championships.

In order to qualify, Huser had to finish in 12th place or better in the Southern California Regionals, but instead missed the cut by only three strokes.

She finished the tournament with rounds of 85-81 for 166.

Since BC does not have enough players to qualify as a team, the only chance of going to state was for an individual to make it.

The winner of the tournament was Iris Chung, from Mt. San Jacinto, who shot a score of 147.

As it has been the case all season, Santa Barbara City College finished first with a team score of 624.

The team that will challenge SBCC for the state title will be Fullerton College, which shot 639.

The top two teams will battle for the team title, while the top 12 individuals will battle each other for the singles championship.

The championships will be played in Modesto at Tracy Golf Course on Nov. 17-18.

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