The No. 6 Texas women’s golf team finished in seventh place at the Silverado Showdown in Napa, Calif., on Tuesday.
Sophia Schubert and Kaitlyn Papp each finished in the top ten for the Longhorns.
Texas finished at 10-over-par 874, 15 strokes behind team champion No. 8 Southern California. Jennifer Chang of Southern California and Patty Tavatanakit of UCLA tied for first place in individual competition at 208, 8 under par.
Schubert finished tied for fifth after shooting 73 in the final round. Her total for three rounds was 213, 3 under par.
Papp finished 1 under par after shooting 72 in the last round to tie in ninth. She didn’t make a bogey in the final 40 holes of the tournament on her way to a 1 under par finish overall.
Emilee Hoffman shot 73 to finish at 221 overall. That was good for a tie for 28th.
Greta Isabella Voelker competed as an individual and finished tied for 52nd.
Agathe Laisne and Maddie Luitwieler both shot 228 overall to tie for 58th.
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