Women's Golf tied for sixth at Aloha Purdue Collegiate Invitational
KAUAI, Hawaii -- University of Texas junior Kelley Louth (Victoria, Texas) shot rounds of 78 and 73 to lead the Longhorns Wednesday in the opening rounds of the Aloha Purdue Collegiate Invitational at the par 70, 6, 183-yard Kiahuna Golf Club. Texas sits in a tie for sixth place in the nine-team field at 56-over par, while Pepperdine leads the event after 36 holes at 30-over par.
The Longhorns shot a collective 310 (+30) through the first round before totaling 306 (+26) in the second round. Louth ended the day in a tie for 15th place after finishing the opening two rounds at 11-over par. Freshman Alex Richards (Austin, Texas) followed at 16-over par with rounds of 76 and 80 to end the day in a tie for 27th place.
Senior Ashley Prust (Englewood, Colo.) also finished the opening rounds in a tie for 27th at 16-over par after carding rounds of 77 and 79. Sophomores Kristin Walla (Aspen, Colo.) and Caney Hines (San Antonio, Texas) each finished in a tie for 36th place while finishing at 20-over par on the day. Walla carded rounds of 79 and 81, and Hines, who shot an 86 in the opening round, rebounded strongly in the second round with a four-over par 74.
Texas will take part in the final round of 18 holes beginning Thursday at 7:30 a.m. local time (12:30 p.m. Central) with a shotgun start.
Aloha Purdue Collegiate Invitational