The Texas women’s golf team is in fourth place after shooting 7-over-par over two rounds at the Betsy Rawls Invitational on Monday at the University of Texas Golf Club.
Kent State’s Taylor Kim is in the lead at 3-under par after carding a 68 and a 1-over 73. Kent State has four players in the top-20 and lead the tournament at 1-under par. Texas Tech and University of Nevada-Las Vegas are tied for second at even par.
The Longhorns shot 8-over-par in the first round and closed with an 1-under 287.
UT’s Tezira Abe shot 3-over-par in the opening round and carded a 2-under 70 in the second round to finish in fifth place at 1-under par.
Texas’ Julia Beck followed an opening round 75 with a 1-under-par 71 and is tied for 16th place at 2-over-par. Texas freshman Maddie Luitwieler is tied with Beck after shooting a 72 and a 74.
Texas State’s Lora Assad had the low round of the day, a 67 in the opening round, but faltered with a 78 in the second round to finish at 1-over par. The Bobcats are in sixth place at 12-over par.
The Longhorns will tee off with with Texas State and New Mexico in the final round on Tuesday at 8:30 a.m.
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