Golf World players of the week: March 15-21
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Dustin Garza, Wichita State
With a 14-under 202, at Arizona's Palm Valley GC including a 65 in the second round, the senior from Mission, Texas, won the Desert Shootout, his fifth title of the season. The 22-year-old also helped the Shockers claim the team title in a playoff over Kansas.
Garza's victory was the ninth of his career. As of March 16, he ranked second in the Golfstat Cup.
Click here to listened to Garza's Campus Insider Podcast from earlier this spring.
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Louisa Lies, Fresno State
The sophomore from Weinheim, Germany, opened with a 66 at Kaneohe Klipper GC in Honolulu, six strokes better than the day's next best score, en route to an even-par 216 and a five-stroke win at the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational. It was the first victory of her college career.
"We are very excited about Louisa and her strong tournament," said coach Angie Cates-Moore. "She's been so close to winning a couple times in the last year and each of those experiences helped her today. I think we will see a lot of great golf from her in the future."
Photos courtesy of Wichita State and Fresno State Sports Information Departments