COMPETITION HEATS UP IN FINAL DAY OF INVITATIONAL
SEGUIN, Texas - The Pirate women's golf team fell to a fifth place finish despite three of the four golfers improving on their first round scores in the final day at the TLU Bulldog Invitational. Southwestern finished with 664 strokes, seven more than the winning team.
Kelsey Coburn had a great showing in the final round, shooting a six-over-par 77 to end in third place (157 strokes) out of 44 golfers. Karissa Speck continued her consistent play with a second-round 83 to end in a tie for 12th with 165 strokes. Stephanie Scholer hit a snag in the final day, falling to 15th place after an 87 on the last round.
Shae Seagraves improved by three strokes on her first day, shooting an 86, to end in 28th place with 175 strokes while Victoria Dominguez also had a three stroke improvement to end with 181 strokes and in 30th place
Mary Hardin Baylor, who shot an opening round 345 and was in sixth place after day one, came out of nowhere to win the Invitational with a final round 312.
The Pirates will see their toughest competition of the fall at their next tournament, the O'Brien Championship in South Bend, IN beginning on September 19th.