Raegan Bremer Makes History for Women's Golf

    April 1, 2014

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    Final Results

    Team Rounds Score
    123 F
    1.  Lamar 309 310 296 915 +51
    T2.  Central Arkansas 313 306 303 922 +58
    T2.  ULM 308 311 303 922 +58
    4.  Houston Baptist 312 313 307 932 +68
    5.  Stephen F. Austin 321 317 307 945 +81
    6.  Oklahoma City 326 319 309 954 +90
    7.  Sam Houston State 320 326 311 957 +93
    8.  Incarnate Word 317 319 322 958 +94
    9.  McLennan CC 330 335 320 985 +121
    10.  Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 329 335 329 993 +129
    11.  New Orleans 335 340 326 1,001 +137
    12.  UT Pan American 331 348 324 1,003 +139
    13.  North Dakota 340 336 342 1,018 +154

    HOUSTON LEADERS
    123 F
    1.  Raegan Bremer 77 74 70 221 +5
    T17.  Emily Gilbreth 82 76 77 235 +19
    T29.  Courtney Ferguson 84 77 79 240 +24

    OVERALL LEADERS
    123 F
    1.  Raegan Bremer
     Houston
    77 74 70 221 +5
    2.  Taylor Stockton
     Sam Houston State
    79 73 72 224 +8
    T3.  Kendra Mann
     Central Arkansas
    77 72 77 226 +10
    T3.  Kathy Sterling
     ULM
    77 77 72 226 +10
    5.  Elia Folch
     Lamar
    77 78 73 228 +12

    SUGAR LAND, Texas - Posting the only sub-par total during the Final Round, University of Houston sophomore Raegan Bremer captured the HBU Husky Invitational individual championship on Tuesday afternoon with a score of 215.

    Bremer became the first individual champion in Houston Women's Golf history, which is in its first year of existence in 2013-14. The Anaheim, Calif., native finished Tuesday's round at 2-under-par 70 to take a 3-stroke victory over Lamar's Taylor Stockton on the 6,084-yard par-72 course at Riverbend Country Club.

    Starting on No. 15, Bremer began her day with a rough start, bogeying the par-4, 361-yard hole. However, a par and then back-to-back birdies on Nos. 17 and 18 put her back on the right track. Bremer went on to add three more birdies with only two more bogeys during the next 14 holes for the first title of her career.

    Bremer was one of three Cougars who finished among the tournament's top-30 individual leaders. Making her spring-season debut, freshman Emily Gilbreth tied for 17th at 235, while junior Courtney Ferguson tied for 29th at 240.

    Lamar rallied to win the team title as the only team to break 300 on Tuesday and finished with a score of 915, seven strokes in front of Central Arkansas and ULM. Host Houston Baptist (932) and Stephen F. Austin (945) rounded out the top-five team leaders.

    Following Bremer and Stockton, Kendra Mann (Central Arkansas) and Kathy Sterling (ULM) tied for third at 226, while Oklahoma City's Elia Folch placed fifth at 228.


    UP NEXT
    Following the HBU Husky Invitational, the Cougars close out their regular-season schedule at the SMU Invitational starting Friday in Dallas. That three-day, 54-hole tournament runs through Sunday.

    From there, Houston will take part in the inaugural American Athletic Conference Championships on April 20-22 at the Ocean Course at Hammock Beach Resort and Golf Club in Palm Coast, Fla.


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