April 14, 2009
On day three, the Waves came through again, finishing with a third round score of 304, 16 strokes better than the next best team, San Francisco.
The Waves were led by senior Jayvie Agojo, who took home the individual title for the second time in her career, with a three-round score of 221 (+5). She also won back in 2006, her freshman year, when she also shot 221 for the three rounds. Agojo was followed by freshman Kaitlin Drolson, who shot a three-round score of 228 (+12), to tie with Gonzaga's Rachel Sibbitt and Santa Clara's Miki Ueoka for second place overall.
Coming in at second was San Francisco, who shot a three-round score of 923, for its eighth straight runner up finish. The Dons were led by juniors Diana Hong and Danielle Cvitanov, who both finished the tournament with a score of 231 (+15), finishing tied for fifth overall. Sibbitt and Ueoka finished with a score of 228 (+12) to tie for second place, becoming their program's highest finisher in school history at the tournament.
Santa Clara finished with a three-round score of 941 to come in at third place. Gonzaga improved upon its fifth place finish from last year coming in at fourth with a score of 956. Portland rounded out the women's field with a three-round score of 981, to finish in fifth place.