GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- The University of Texas women's golf team sits in 11th-place after Day 1 of the Guadalajara Invitational in Guadalajara, Mexico, led by freshman Caney Hines (San Antonio, Texas) who sits in a tie for 30th after Monday.
The Longhorns have a combined score of 30-over par 318 after the opening round of the tournament. UCLA sits in first-place with a score of three-over par 291. Southern California is in a close second and one stroke from the leaders with 292, top-ranked Duke is in third with a five-over par 293, Georgia is in fourth-place with a six-over par 294 and Arizona State rounds out the top five with a first round total of 10-over par 298.
Hines opened the tournament with nines of 34 and 40 for a first card score of four-over par 74. She sits in a tie for 30th-place. Second on the team and in a tie for 45th-place is junior Julia Best (Bulverde, Texas), who shot a first round seven-over par 79.
Mexico local product and Texas senior Devan Andersen (Guadalajara, Mexico) finished in a tied for 48th-place with a first round score of eight-over par 80, firing nines of 41 and 39.
Sophomore Kelley Louth (Victoria, Texas) and freshman Kristin Walla (Aspen, Colo.) rounded out the Longhorn squad. Louth shot a first round 11-over par 83 to sit in a tie for 54th-place and Walla shot a 16-over par 88 to sit in 60th-place.
The team will return to the links to play their second 18 on Tuesday 8 a.m. and the final round will start at 8 a.m. on Wednesday.