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UHV women improve score on second day, finish fourth

By Keldy Ortiz
April 30, 2013 at 11:04 p.m.
Updated April 29, 2013 at 11:30 p.m.


UHV FINAL SCORES

Brasseaux, Brooke 74, 74-148

Benchot, Becky 83, 74-157

Koenig, Allison 81, 81-162

Smith, Lyndie 92, DQ

Dueser, Devon 87, 93-180

Team Total 325, 322-647

The UHV women's golf team did not finish Tuesday as champion. But it looked at this season as a stepping stone for next year.

The Jaguars shot a 322 team total in the second round of the Association of Independent Institutions tournament to finish with a 647 overall, good enough for fourth place.

British Columbia finished first, claiming its third straight title with a 576 team score.

Three of the five golfers for UHV improved upon their first round scores in the second round Tuesday.

Jaguars coach Brian Williamson described the team's performance as a step in the right direction and hopes the team will reflect on the season and improve their strengths.

"They're playing smarter," he said. "We're still making quite a few mistakes, which is natural. They gave it 100 percent. I couldn't be any prouder."

Freshmen golfer Becky Benchot and sophomore Brooke Brasseaux both finished with a round two score of a 74 for the Jaguars. Benchot's total score was the second best for UHV with a 157, while Brasseaux finished first on the team with a 148.

Rain did not cancel the first round Monday, but itn did have a lasting effect on the golf course at The Club at Colony Creek.

"It was really wet out here," junior Devon Dueser said. "It was new to us as it was to the rest of the teams competing here."

UHV loses just one player to graduation, which leads Williamson to believe the Jaguars will be more competitive next season.

"Players have been improving, and we had an awesome recruiting year," Williamson said. "We're looking forward to next year and being in contention. We should be quite a bit better."

AII Women's Tournament

Final Results

British Columbia

Barros, Kylie 75, 71-146

Cameron, Haley 74, 71-145

Wong, Stephanie 71, 76-147

Wilson, Reagan 68, 71-139

Hong, Casara 74, 78-152

Team Total 287, 289-576

Cal State San Marcos

Rayo, Stacey 75, 72-147

Chap, Vanessa 72, 82-154

Waite, Alyssa 74, 74-148

Titus, Felicia 75, 75-150

Copeland, Lisa 72, 75-147

Team Total 293, 296-589

Victoria British Columbia

Woodland, Megan 78, 71-149

Tomie, Brynn 73, 76-149

Nicol, Emily 82, 82-164

Abey, Michaela 79, 83-162

Misener, Michaela 75, 81-156

Team Total 305, 310-615

University of Houston - Victoria

Brasseaux, Brooke 74, 74-148

Benchot, Becky 83, 74-157

Koenig, Allison 81, 81-162

Smith, Lyndie 92, DQ

Dueser, Devon 87, 93-180

Team Total 325, 322-647

Jamestown College

Stein, Nicole 86, 97-183

Barnhart, Ashley 85, 94-179

Stein, Brianna 99, 94-193

Kramer, Rebekah 92, 102-194

Ryan, Beth 94, 94-188

Team Total 357, 379-736

Valley City State University

Hinrichs, Ashley 83, 84-167

Christofferson, Haley 104, 98-202

Tait, Alyssa 117, 104-221

Holien, Michelle 126, 114-240

Paulson, Katie 125, 146-271

Team Total 429, 400-829

Medalist

Cliburn, Lexi (UHV) 80, 80-160

Fiorina, Chane (N. New Mexico) 84, 81-165

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