Heavy Lightning Cancels DAC/SMU Invitational Final Round

    April 6, 2014

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    Final Results

    Team Rounds Score
    123 F
    1.  #48 Baylor 294 297   591 +15
    2.  #18 LSU 301 294   595 +19
    3.  #29 North Carolina 307 290   597 +21
    4.  UTSA 307 297   604 +28
    5.  #40 Kansas 306 299   605 +29
    6.  #15 Oklahoma State 305 305   606 +30
    7.  #16 Wake Forest 311 300   611 +35
    8.  #49 SMU 308 305   613 +37
    9.  Texas Tech 307 312   619 +43
    T10.  TCU 309 311   620 +44
    T10.  Kansas State 318 302   620 +44
    T12.  #37 Kent State 314 310   624 +48
    T13.  Purdue 315 312   627 +51
    T13.  Iowa 315 315   630 +54
    16.  North Texas 321 321   642 +66

    HOUSTON LEADERS
    123 F
    T7.  Raegan Bremer 72 75   147 +3
    T16.  Courtney Ferguson 79 72   151 +7
    T44.  Emily Gilbreth 80 76   156 +12

    OVERALL LEADERS
    123 F
    1.  #31 Elizabeth Mallett
     North Carolina
    72 69   141 -3
    T2.  Fabiola Arriaga
     UTSA
    75 71   146 +2
    T2.  Elin Arvidsson
     Texas Tech
    72 74   146 +2
    T2.  Hayley Davis
     Baylor
    72 74   146 +2
    T2.  Olivia Eliasson
     Kansas State
    72 74   146 +2
    T2.  Carly Goldstein
     LSU
    73 73   146 +2

    DALLAS - Heavy lightning in the area forced the cancellation of Sunday's Final Round at the Dallas Athletic Club/SMU Invitational. Saturday's Second-Round results will stand as final.

    With the completion of Saturday's Second Round, University of Houston junior Courtney Ferguson moved into a tie for 16th at 151 for her third top-20 finish of the season.

    Sophomore Raegan Bremer slipped into a tie for seventh after posting a 75 on Saturday for a total of 147. It was the Anaheim, Calif., native's second top-10 finish this week after winning the HBU Husky Invitational on Tuesday at Sugar Land's Riverbend Country Club.

    Freshman Emily Gilbreth was tied for 44th with a score of 156.

    No. 48 Baylor won the team championship with a score of 591 to finish four strokes ahead of No. 18 LSU (595). No. 29 North Carolina (597), UTSA (604) and No. 40 Kansas (605) rounded out the top-5 team leaders.

    Individually, North Carolina's Elizabeth Mallett captured medalist honors with a score of 141. She finished five strokes in front of Fabiola Arriaga (UTSA), Elin Arvidsson (Texas Tech) and Olivia Eliasson (Kansas State)


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