Seniors Desiree Dubreuil and Madison Pressel’s total scores of 225 positions put the women’s golf squad in fourth place at the conclusion of the SDSU Farms Invitational. The Longhorns (303-306-301) ended the tournament at 46-over-par.
Pressel (75-78-72) recorded three consecutive birdies at the eighth, ninth and 10th holes. Scores over-par included bogeys at holes 6, 15 and 17. Dubreuil (75-73-77) shared the same score of 9-over 225 as Pressel. Dubreuil started the final round with a birdie at the opening hole but bogeyed six times in the round. Dubreuil and Pressel ended the tournament in a tie for 12th place.
Freshman Tezira Abe (78-84-75) finished at 21-over 237 and tied for 46th place. Fellow freshman Natalie Karcher (77-78-78) competed as an individual and ended the tournament tied for 31st place at 17-over 233.
The top-ranked Trojans claimed their fourth team title of the year. As a team, USC (298-289-288) carded at 11-over 875. On the player leaderboard USC’s Sophia Popov finished in first place, one stroke over.
A week before postseason play commences with the Big 12 Tournament on April 19, the Longhorns have one last regular season tournament scheduled in the PING/ASU Invitational at the ASU Karsten Golf Course in Tempe, Ariz.