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Megan Osland 6th at NCAA tourney in Hawaii

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Kelowna's Megan Osland shot a final round 69 at an NCAA Div. 1 golf tournament last weekend in Hawaii.
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Kelowna's Megan Osland helped pace her California State University-San Jose golf team to a fourth place finish out of 15 schools at the Anuenue Spring Break Classic in Maui, Hawaii.

Osland, 20, placed sixth overall out of 88 players at the NCAA Division 1 tournament,  March 24 to 26 at the Bay Course in Kapalua.

In her third season with the Spartans' program, the KSS grad shot a final round three-under par 69, tying the low score of the day.

After one-under par 71 on opening day, which included an eagle on the fifth hole, Osland was just one shot off the lead.

On Day 2, windy conditions took their toll on Osland as she carded a 79.

Still, she was one of only three players at the tournament to register two sub-par rounds over the three days.

Osland said she loves the Kapalua course, which was the host of the 2008 LPGA Classic, because every hole  has its own challenges, not to mention the breathtaking scenery, including the par 4 fifth hole.  It was her finishing hole on the final day, which she birdied to end up with a final round 69.

Megan is in her third year at California State University in San Jose where she is majoring in Recreation Management.

 

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