Longhorns move up to sixth after second round of Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate


Despite not breaking par, the Longhorns tallied a successful day Monday, moving up three spots to sixth after shooting one-over par in the second round of the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate.

Texas currently sits at 10-over par for the tournament, 17 shots back of leading Florida.

Junior Haley Mills was the one of two Longhorns to break par in the round, carding a two-under par. Mills is four shots back of Stanford’s Lauren Kim, who leads the individual competition at six under.

Sophomore Sophia Schubert also stayed under par in the second round, finishing with a three-under 69 to move up to a tie for 33rd after a rough first round. Natalie Karcher ended her day with an even 72, while Tezira Abe and Julia Beck shot eight over and nine over, respectively.

Tuesday’s final round begins at 8 a.m.