Kyung Kim, Rachel Morris, Sophia Popov and Kim Santiago all represented the Trojans.
Trojans looking for fifth conference crown and fifth win this season.
Trojans have won three straight events, four overall this season.
Third win in a row for Trojans; fifth career win for Popov, tying most ever at USC.
Trojans come back from eight-stroke final round hole for second straight win.
THIS SEASON: Kim Santiago is a 2016 senior who has been a steady and strong reserve for the Trojans throughout her career as well as one of the program's top performers in the classroom.
2014-2015: As a 2015 junior, Santiago saw action in two events, including a collegiate best tie for second at the Matador Invitational at 11-over 227 (71-76-80). Her opening round 71 tied her best round as a Trojan. She also tied for 55th at the UC Irvine Invitational at 16-over 232 (74-78-80).
2013-2014: Santiago saw action in one event as a 2014 sophomore, playing in the Matador Invitational, where she took eighth at 11-over 227 (78-71-78). Her second round was a collegiate best, since tied ... After the season, Santiago competed in the 2014 Canadian Women's Amateur, tying for 53rd.
2012-2013: Santiago played in seven events as a 2013 freshman, including four times as a starter and helped USC to wins at the Stanford Intercollegiate and the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate ... She posted a season-low 73 in her collegiate debut at the Collegiate Classic. She also carded 75 twice, including as a counter round in USC's win at Stanford. Her other came at the Bruin Wave Invitational, where she turned in a season-best tie for 48th. She also tied for 58th at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge ... Santiago earned WGCA All-American Scholar honors.
HIGH SCHOOL: Santiago prepped at Edmonds-Woodway in Lynnwood, Wash., where she was an accomplished junior golfer She is a two-time Scholastic Junior All-American (2011-2012) ... She represented the U.S. three times (2009-2011) at the North Pacific Juniors Ladies Team Matches and posted a pair of top 6 finishes in 2011 at the AJGA Rochester Open and the AJGA Deutsche Bank Partners for Charity Junior Shoot Out. Also in 2011, she won the JRGT Olympian Open and finished first at the Washington Junior Golf Association Qualifier at Sudden Valley (Wash.) GCC ... She was the 2010 WJGA Oveall Girls' Champion, took first at the AJGA Qualifier at Long Island, N.Y., and posted two Top 6 finishes at the AJGA Lessing's Classic and the AJGA Killington Junior Golf Championship ... She was the 2008 & 2009 WJGA State Junior Champion (14-15 Age Division) and was medalist at the 2009 AJGA Qualifier at Wenatchee.
PERSONAL: Santiago is majoring computer engineering and computer science ... She has played viola since the fifth grade and participated in her high school's chamber orchestra...She also performed Beethoven's Romance No. 2 in a master works concert.
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