Tuesday marked the end of the Alamo Invitational, where the Texas women’s golf team finished 14th out of 15 teams, with a total score of 893. The Longhorns struggled in the final round, despite sophomore Tezira Abe carding her best score of the tournament at one-under-par 71. Abe recorded five birdies for the round and recorded the only sub-par score for Texas during the tournament.
Freshman Julia Beck, who had previously led Texas, dropped to 55th place on the leader board with a four-over-par 76 round three finish. Abe joined Beck at 55th, followed by junior Bertine Strauss who carded her best score of the tournament, a three-over-par 75 that tied her for 66th place.
Oklahoma held on to first place with a total score of 840 and Louisiana State’s Lindsay Gahm took top individual honors.
This tournament was the final event of the fall season for Texas and the team will not compete again until Feb. 9 in Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.