Women's Golf
    No. 1 USC Extends Record Win Streak To 6
    Senior Sophia Popov tied her collegiate best with a 207 at the Stanford Intercollegiate to take second overall.
    Senior Sophia Popov tied her collegiate best with a 207 at the Stanford Intercollegiate to take second overall.

    Oct. 27, 2013

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    The No. 1 USC women's golf team extended school records for most consecutive wins (six) and victories to start a season (three) as the defending NCAA champion dominated a strong field with three finishers in the top 5 to defend its title at the 2013 Stanford Intercollegiate on Sunday (Oct. 27) at the Stanford (Calif.) G.C.

    The Trojans, led by senior Sophia Popov's 6-under 207 (66-67-74), also set school records for lowest 18-, 36- and 54-hole totals along the way, finishing today at 21-under 831 (276-272-283). USC's second round was a school-record, as was the total from the first two rounds (548) and the final tally of 831.

    USC held off a strong effort from rival and second-ranked UCLA, which finished second at 16-under 836 (288-268-280). The Bruins' second-round was four better than Troy's school-record setting 272 on Saturday. Washington was third at 1-under 851 while host Stanford was 3-over 855.

    USC, featuring its third different starting five in as many events, has now won 10 of its past 11 starts.

    Popov, seeking her school record sixth individual title, fell a stroke short of first but tied her collegiate best at 207, tied for seventh-best in school history. Her two opening rounds extended her Trojan career record of rounds in the 60s to 19.

    Sophomore Annie Park (74-70-64) and freshman Karen Chung (69-67-72) tied for third at 5-under 207. Park's final round was one off the school record, set by Kyung Kim (63) last season. Park's collegiate best featured a 4-under front nine with two birdies and an eagle on the par 4 9th hole and three more birdies on the back 9 without a bogey on the day.

    Chung, with three rounds in the 60s in her first two events, was 2-over on her front nine but came home at 1-under. Her tie for third complemented her tie for sixth in her debut in USC's previous event.

    Junior Doris Chen tied for 13th at even 213 (70-68-75) while Kim, who posted a pair of top 2 finishes to open the season, tied for 23rd at 3-over 216 (71-72-73). It was Chen's second straight top 13 finish as well.

    Freshman Gabriella Then, playing individually, tied for 38th at 7-over 220 (73-73-74).

    USC concludes the fall slate of action at the Pac-12 Preview, Nov. 4-5, at the Nanea G.C. in Kailia Kona, Hawaii.