The Irvine Valley women's golf team did what was needed to continue its unbeaten streak in Monday's Orange Empire Conference match at the Diamond Bar Golf Course.
IVC's team score of 336 was 21 strokes better than host Fullerton's score of 357.
Saddleback also beat host Fullerton with a score of 341.
Diamond Bar played at just under 6,00 yards and was a par 73 course for the competition.
Irvine Valley sophomore and reigning conference player of the year Sally Kim was the medalist with a score of 81.
She had two birdies, six pars and 10 bogeys.
Freshman Shaiyana Sam scored 84. She had one birdie, eight pars, six bogeys and three double bogeys.
Freshman Vanessa Honnes scored 85. Honnes had one birdie, six pars, nine bogeys and two double bogeys.
Freshman Taylor Shweiki, sophomore Halle Young, and sophomore Kate Cho all scored 86.
Shweiki had one birdie, seven pars, six bogeys and four double bogeys.
Young had two birdies, four pars, nine bogeys, and three double bogeys.
Cho finished with seven pars, nine bogeys and two double bogeys.
"We will learn from this experience," said Coach Ben Burnett, who added that play was often slowed on the course because of backed up lines on the tees and that the greens were hard. "We can't get annoyed by circumstances that are out of our control. We need to be relaxed and patient and this will be discussed."
IVC hosts Cuyamaca and Saddleback at Oak Creek this Wednesday. The first tee time is 12:30 p.m.