The Longhorns women’s golf team moved up three spots after shooting a second-round 284 at the NCAA golf regional in Bryan on Friday afternoon. The Longhorns improved on their first-round score by nine strokes and sit in fifth place at 1 over par.
Julia Beck shot a 71 and is tied for ninth place. Her 3-under-par score is eight strokes behind overall leader Bronte Law of UCLA.
Haley Mills had the low round of the day for Texas, climbing 12 places, as she shot a 69 to get to 2 under and a tie for 16th place.
Sophia Schubert improved by four strokes and finished the day at 2 over in a tie for 32nd place.
Natalie Karcher is tied for 42nd at 4 over, and Tezira Abe sits in 84th at 16 over.
UCLA and Arizona are tied for the overall team lead at 8 under. Texas A&M is in 12th place, and Texas State sits in 14th.
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