The Longhorns women’s golf team played two rounds on Tuesday to finish the day in fourth place at the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational in Honolulu, Hawaii. Texas shot a total of 577, 1 over par and sit eight strokes behind first place Oklahoma St. Pepperdine and Texas A&M are tied for second place after shooting even on the day.
Julia Beck led the Longhorns, shooting 71 in each of the first two rounds to finish at 2-under and in a tie for fifth place. Sophia Schubert and Natalie Karcher finished the first two rounds just outside of the top ten in a tie for 11th place. Schubert followed her opening round 70 with a 75. Karcher improved from her first round 73 by one stroke in the second round.
Haley Mills had a tough second round, shooting a 77 after opening the day shooting a 71. She’s tied for 17th place at 4 over par. Maddie Luitwieler finished the day 9 over par for a tie for 41st place.
Anne Hakula is also tied for 17th place after shooting a 73 in the second round, two strokes better than her opening round score. She along with Tezira Abe competed as individuals for Texas. Abe shot 150 through the day’s first two rounds to finish in a tie for 27th place.
Oklahoma State’s Maddie McCrary is at the top of the individual leaderboard at 5 under par.
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