The Texas women’s golf team finished in fourth place at the NCAA Lubbock regional Wednesday, qualifying for the NCAA Championships.
The Longhorns finished at 5-over for the tournament after completing the final round at 8-under-par.
Sophia Schubert shot a 75 in the final round of action to complete the best finish for a Longhorn at 1-over parfor the tournament. Her triple-bogey on the second hole was a rough start that led her to tie for 13th place.
Schubert’s teammates all shot under par after none had done so in the previous two rounds.
Greta Isabella Voelker shot a team-best 68 to finish in a tie for 30th place at 5-over. She made four birdies on the front nine and shot par on the back nine.
Haley Mills tied for 23rd after shooting 71 on Wednesday. She was 3-over for the tournament.
Julia Beck shot a 70 to tie for 25th as she made four birdies in the final round. She finished 4-over-par overall.
Emilee Hoffman shot 71 to close out the round. She tied for 45th overall.
Arizona State finished first at 22-under with Monica Vaughn leading the way at 8-under.
The NCAA Championships begin May 19 at Rich Harvest Farms, in Sugar Grove, Illinois.
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