Nelson’s Kelly Hellman won the individual medal for the University of British Columbia at the Northwest Christian Invitational. Photo courtesy of Nick Askew/Northwest Christian University

Nelson’s Kelly Hellman leads UBC to Oregon tournament win

Hellman took the individual title Northwest Christian Invitational

Nelson’s Kelly Hellman continues to lead the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds on the greens.

Hellman finished atop the leaderboard by three strokes while UBC finished tied with Oregon Tech’s women’s team at the two-round Northwest Christian Invitational on Tuesday in Creswell, Ore.

Hellman fired a seven-over-par 151 to put her ahead of Oregon Tech’s Stephanie Koza.

The second-year kinesiology student previously won the Battle of the Primm in Las Vegas with the UBC team in March.

Related: Practice makes phenom: Golfer Kelly Hellman’s quick rise to the spotlight

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