UHV Women’s Golf Takes Sixth In Laredo

Two Jaguars Make Top 20

The University of Houston-Victoria women’s golf team again showed improvement Tuesday but remained in sixth place after the final round of the Texas A&M-International Jack Brown Memorial at Max Mandel Municipal Golf Course.

The Jaguars posted their lowest score of the tournament with a final round 338 to finish the 54-hole event at 1,025, 25 shots back of fifth place Lubbock Christian.

Kelly Swanson and Leah Lerma paced the Jaguars turning in 54-hole scores of 248 as Swanson posted a final round 83 and Lerma carded the lowest score on the day for the Jaguars with a 79. The duo finished tied for 19th place.

Mary Kate Krueger followed with a 258 after a final round 87, while Jocelyn Villafranca shot a 271 with a final round 89. Victoria Garcia rounded out the UHV scoring with a 91 and a 287.

Second-ranked Dallas Baptist dominated the event with all five players finishing in the top five spots to post an 11-under par 853 after a final round 295. UT-Tyler followed at 932 with a final round 312, while Texas A&M-Kingsville was third at 958 with a 307 final round

DBU’s Ann Parmerter finished as the individual medalist with a 6-under par 210 after rounds of 69-71-70, while teammate Hanna Harrison was second at 2-under par 214 with a 69-68-77.

Texas A&M-Kingsville’s Madison Lake posted rounds of 78-82-74-234 to finish 11th.