Women's Golf tied for 10th after second round of Guadalajara Invitational
GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- After two rounds of play in the city of Guadalajara, Mexico, The University of Texas women's golf team moved into a tie with Stanford for 10th-place at the Guadalajara Invitational on Tuesday with a second round score of 21-over par 309.
The Longhorns have a combined score of 51-over par 627 after the two rounds of the tournament. Southern California sits in first-place with a score of one-under par 575. UCLA is in a close second and three strokes off the Trojans' pace with 578, Arizona State is in third with a total score of nine-over par 585, Duke is in fourth with a 14-over par 590 and Georgia finishes out the top five with a 19-over par 595.
Freshman Caney Hines (San Antonio, Texas) leads the Longhorns in a tied for 35th-place with a two round total of 10-over par 154. She shot a four-over par 76 in the first round and followed with a second round six-over par 78.
Second on the team is local product senior Devan Andersen (Guadalajara, Mexico) with a team-low round of three-over par 75 to add to her first round of eight-over par 80. She sits in a tie for 37th-pace with a total of 155 heading into the final round Wednesday.
In a tie for 39th-place is junior Julia Best (Bulverde, Texas), who shot a second round five-over par 77, two strokes off her first round 79 and has a two-round total of 156.
Sophomore Kelley Louth (Victoria, Texas) and freshman Kristin Walla (Aspen, Colo.) round out the Longhorn squad. Walla has a two-day total of 23-over par 167 to sit in 56th-place and Louth is in 57th-place after posting a two-day total of 24-over par 168.
The team will return to the links to play their final 18 holes on Wednesday at 8 a.m., in Guadalajara, Mexico.