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OKALHOMA CITY, Okla. – The University of Houston-Victoria women’s golf team saw its run at nationals come to an end Wednesday after failing to make the cut at the 26th annual NAIA Women’s Golf National Championship at the Rose Creek Golf Course.

The Jaguars posted a final round 351 to finish the event with a two-day 694 team score following an opening round 343.

UHV was making its second appearance at the national tournament and first since the 2015 season.

The Jaguars advanced to the 2021 national tournament after winning their first Association of Independent Institutions Conference championship earlier in May.

Jenna Alvarado paced the Jaguars on Wednesday posting a second round 84 (42-42) to finish at 167, while Mia Lerma followed with an 89 for a two-day 170. Leah Lerma added an 86 second round score for a 173 and Jocelyn Villafranca came in with a 92 for a 184.

All four players are expected to return next season.

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