Golf World Players of the week: March 8-14
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Jesper Kennegard, Arizona State
Tricky winds caused the junior to shoot a final-round 76, but his three-over 219 was still good enough for a one-stroke win over USC's T.J. Vogel and Florida's Tyson Alexander at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters in Las Vegas.
Kennegard finished T-8 in his previous two tournaments (Battle at the Beach and the USC Collegiate Invitational) and entered the tournament with a 72.67 stroke average. The victory was his third individual collegiate title, as he won the 2009 NCAA West Regional with a 12-under 204 last spring and the Hawaii Hilo Intercollegiate in January 2008 with a 13-under 197.
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Aruka Felgueroso, Coastal Carolina
The senior won the Administaff Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate with a closing 68 at Forest Hills GC in Augusta, Ga., a score five shots lower than any in the final round and the only sub-par round in the event. Her three-over 219 also helped the Chanticleers claim the team title by 15 strokes over Augusta State.
Felegueroso's 68 was a team season best and tied for the second lowest 18-hole score in school history. She finished four shots ahead of teammate Brittany Henderson in a tie for second at 223 with Augusta State's Tamara Luccioli.
Click here to link to Kennegard's scorecards from Southern Highlands.
Click here to link to Felgueroso's scorecards from the Lady Jaguar.
*Photos courtesy of the sports information departments at Arizona State and Coastal Carolina.