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After a two-year hiatus, the College of the Canyons women's golf made it back to the CCCAA State Championships to cap another successful season for head coach Gary Peterson and the Cougars. COC finished runner up to Santa Barbara City College at the Western State Conference (WSC) Finals at Kern River golf course. COC freshmen JoJo Roecker and Gina Chung were both named to the All-WSC team. The Cougars then carded a third place finish at the CCCAA Southern California Championships at Temecula Creek Inn Golf Course to snag a state tourney qualifying spot. Roecker placed fifth at that event with a with a two-day score of 157 (77/80) to represent COC’s top individual finish. At the state championships, Canyons took the seventh spot with a two-day team score of 706 (364/342) at Morro Bay Golf Course. Roecker finished day one tied for fifth, and eventually placed ninth overall with a two-day score of 153 (77/76). That mark left her just four strokes short of earning All-State Team honors.

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The College of the Canyons women’s golf program did not factor into team scoring for the 2016 season, instead only competing as individuals. COC freshman Aeleen Brott ranked 12th in the Western State Conference (WSC) final standings, just three spots behind teammate and No. 9 ranked golfer, sophomore Amanada Horrii. Both moved on to compete at the CCCAA SoCal Championships, with Brott finishing 25th and Horrii in the 15th spot.

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COC head coach Gary Peterson and the Cougars finished in third place at both the Western State Conference Championships and CCCAA Southern California Regional Championships to conclude another solid season. Sophomore Tiffany Whittaker had the best individual season earning All-WSC honors before shooting a two-day score of 162 (80/82) at the 2015 CCCAA State Championships in Morro Bay, to finish fifth and be named to the All-State Team. Also earning All-WSC selections were Julia Youn, Alexis Miller and Amanda Horii. Youn also competed at the State Championships where she placed 15th with a score of 170 (82/88). As a team, the Cougars won two tournaments and finished in the Top 3 in all but three events.

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The COC women’s golf earned high honors this season, winning a WSC Conference title for the first time since 2010. The Cougars also earned runner-up finishes at both the Southern California and State Championships. Canyons won all seven WSC events on the season and all six golfers — Alexis Miller, Elisabeth Mortensen, Kathy Quock, Andrea Webster, Tiffany Whittaker and Julia Youn — were named All-Conference selections.

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The College of the Canyons finished the conference season in second place, behind eventual state champion Santa Barbara City College. The Cougars made an appearance at the Southern California Championships where the squad finished in fourth place after turning in a 675 (347-328).

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The College of the Canyons women’s golf team finished the year in second place in the conference standings with a 28-8 record, behind Glendale College (35-1). At the Southern California Championships the team came in fifth place with a 688. Despite the team not making it to the state tournament next week, sophomore Kristin Grimes carded a tournament-best 150 to win the Southern California Individual Championship. Grimes, the 2011 state champion, finished in fourth at the state tournament with a 10-over-par 154 (75-79).

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The COC women’s golf team didn’t see much competition during the regular season and won the program’s seventh Western State Conference Championship. After breezing through the regular season, the Cougars finally met a team that could keep up with them in Irvine Valley at the Southern California Championship. The two teams would meet up again at the state championships, where COC took a three-stroke lead headed into the last day of competition. In the final round of play, Irvine Valley came roaring back and turned the three-shot deficit into a four-shot lead over second-place finisher COC. 

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COC ends up in third place in the conference with a 20-12 record. Jennifer Kim earned her second consecutive all-conference award and Brittany Suarez, Kris Chung and Candace Robledo all earned the all-conference honor for the first time.

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