Texas fell to last place after the second round of the Alamo Invitational in San Antonio on Monday.
The team ended the day 23-over-par to give it a total score of 599. Sophomore Tezira Abe, who ended with an even scorecard Sunday, struggled on Monday in shooting nine shots over par for with a mark of 81.
Freshman Julia Beck provided a positive note for the team, finishing two shots over par, the highest score for the team in round two. Beck recorded three birdies and five bogies for the day. She ranks highest among Longhorns on the overall leader boards, sitting in a tie for 43rd and six strokes behind the leader, LSU’s Lindsay Gahm.
Oklahoma, Arkansas and LSU battled for first place throughout the second round, with the Razorbacks moving into the top spot with a total score of 283 for the day.
The Longhorns hope to catch up in the third round and final round of the tournament Tuesday.