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AVC Women's Golf won their third straight competition at Alisal River Golf Course in Santa Barbara on Monday. 

The Marauders shot 369 as a team to take first place. College of the Canyons took second with a 378, Bakersfield took third with a 408, and Citrus came in fourth with a score of 429.

The 5700-yard course, which hosted regional play three years ago, proved challenging with 15 mph winds. 

Arlene Faye Salvador took first place in individuals with a 79. "Arlene battled today without her best stuff and showed a lot of character to still finish 1st as an individual." said head coach Patrick Londono.

Madison Schafer placed 4th in individuals with an 85. "Madison did a great job battling through adversity on a challenging golf course today," remarked Londono. Vashti Rachal contributed a 101, and Adrianna Rosales scored a 104. Ayanna Langdale and Jasmin Carrillo make great progress as well. "This team is playing for one another, which is all you can ask for as a coach. We have a lot of work and improvement ahead, but I'm proud of where we are at this point," he added.

AVC will next play at Cypress Ridge Golf Course in San Luis Obispo on Monday, September 20.