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Hailey Ostrom

Hailey Ostrom had posted a slew of Top 10 and Top 5 finishes in her college golf career, but no wins prior to her senior season. Now - after winning the the UCSC Spring Invitational tournament played March 19-20, hosted by UC Santa Cruz in Pacific Grove, Calif. - she has two. She also won during the Fall part of the 2015-16 season.

Ostrom's second college win at the UCSC was by one stroke over her George Fox University teammate teammate Sydney Maluenda.

George Fox University is an NCAA Division III school and one of the top golf programs at that level. The school is in Newberg, Oregon, plays in the Northwest Conference, and its team nickname is the Bruins.

Ostrom is an Oregonian herself, from Bend, Ore., and is in her senior season.

We mentioned she's previously had many high tournament finishes. As a freshman she had two Top 10s and one Top 5. As a sophomore, five Top 10s and two Top 5s. And as a junior five Top 10s. And now, she's on win No. 2.

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