Nov. 2, 2010
SAN ANTONIO, Texas - The Baylor women's golf team wrapped up the fall portion of its schedule Tuesday with a seventh-place finish at the Alamo Invitational.
The Lady Bears carded a final-round 303 to finish the three-day tournament at 33-over (303-291-303=897). Despite windy conditions and higher final-round scores, No. 38 TCU (294-281-302=877) was able to hold on to its second-round lead to win the tournament by three strokes. No. 42 Texas A&M (296-286-298=880) finished second, followed by No. 18 Notre Dame (298-289-295=882) in third. No. 17 Colorado (291-291-301=883) and No. 13 Tulane (297-284-303=884) round out the top five in fourth and fifth place, respectively.
TCU's Brooke Beeler took home individual medalist honors, shooting 4-under 212. Colorado's Jessica Wallace finished second at 3-under 213, while Notre Dame's Nicole Zhang shot 1-under 215 to finish third. They were the only three golfers to finish the Alamo Invitational under-par.
Senior Lene Hafsten-Morch carded an even-par 72 in Tuesday's third round to tie for seventh place at 3-over (74-73-72=219). Chelsey Cothran posted Baylor's only other top-25 finish with a 24th-place showing after shooting 9-over (78-72-75=225).
Jaclyn Jansen tied for 35th overall at 13-over 229, one stroke ahead of teammate Morgan Chambers, who tied for 38th at 14-over 230. Jordan Rhodes finished 64th, while individual Kaylin Terry placed 69th overall.
With the conclusion of their fall schedule, the Lady Bears will return to action Feb. 13-15, 2011, at the UCF Challenge in Sorrento, Fla.