Hurricanes Place Eighth at Betsy Rawls Invite
AUSTIN, Texas – The University of Miami women’s golf team concluded competition at the 2017 Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational on Tuesday and finished eighth to wrap-up the fall portion of its 2017-18 season.
Miami posted a final round score of 317 and closed the tournament with a three-round score of 903.
Junior Dewi Weber paced the Hurricanes for the third straight tournament this fall after she posted a final round score of 77 to finish the event tied for 18th. The Netherlands native has now posted 19 career top-20 finishes.
Sophomore Renate Grimstad was the next Hurricane finisher, as she tied for 28th (74-69-81=224).
Rounding out Miami’s starting lineup was freshman Kristyna Frydlova (tied for 31st, 225), Macarena Aguilera (tied for 60th, 234) and freshman Roos Haarman (tied for 60th, 234).
Tournament host Texas captured the team title with a tournament total of 866. The Longhorns also won individual medalist honors, as Sophia Schubert claimed the tournament with a total of 210.
The 44th annual event was being held at the par 72, 6,278-yard University of Texas Golf Club.
Miami opens up the spring portion of its 2017-18 slate on Jan. 29 at the Florida Challenge.
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