Raegan Bremer Finishes Fourth at American Champs

    April 22, 2014

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    Team Rounds Score
    123 F
    1.  #38 Louisville 314 302 299 915 +51
    2.  #18 UCF 307 305 304 916 +52
    3.  SMU 315 306 307 928 +64
    4.  Memphis 319 306 314 939 +75
    5.  USF 324 313 307 944 +80
    6.  Cincinnati 311 330 309 950 +86
    7.  Rutgers 336 328 327 99 +127

    HOUSTON LEADERS
    123 F
    4.  Raegan Bremer 78 74 73 225 +9
    T12.  Courtney Ferguson 82 77 75 234 +18
    T28.  Emily Gilbreth 82 83 81 246 +30

    OVERALL LEADERS
    123 F
    1.  #47 Jenny Haglund
     SMU
    76 71 71 218 +2
    2.  Emily Haas
     Louisville
    75 77 71 223 +7
    3.  #37 Ashley Holder
     UCF
    76 74 74 224 +8
    4.  Raegan Bremer
     Houston
    78 74 73 225 +9
    5.  Olivia Dose
     Cincinnati
    74 80 72 226 +10

    PALM COAST, Fla. - University of Houston sophomore Raegan Bremer capped the 2013-14 season in impressive fashion Tuesday afternoon with a fourth-place finish at the inaugural American Athletic Conference Championships at Hammock Beach Resort and Golf Club.

    As she has all season, Bremer used a consistent effort all day to finish the Final Round with a 1-over-par 73 on the 6,235-yard, par-72 Ocean Course. Bogeying her second hole of the day, the Anaheim, Calif., native rallied with a birdie on the 380-yard, par-4 fifth hole and then had only one more bogey on No. 10 blemish her scorecard.

    Bremer finished the three-day, 54-hole tournament at 225 to earn her fourth top-5 finish of the season and lead the Cougars for the seventh time in 2013-14. She made history earlier this month when she captured medalist honors at the HBU Husky Invitational at Sugar Land's Riverbend Country Club, a first in program history.

    Like Bremer, junior Courtney Ferguson lowered her score for the third straight day and tied for 12th with a score of 234. The Clear Lake, Texas, native drained an eagle on the fifth hole on the way to a Final-Round 75 and earned her fourth top-20 finish this season.

    Freshman Emily Gilbreth finished 30th at 246.

    Competing in its first year of existence with only three student-athletes competing, Houston Women's Golf is not eligible for the team title. The Cougars will field a complete team in 2014-15 under head coach Gerrod Chadwell and assistant coach Mary Michael Maggio.

    While they cannot compete as a team in the 2014 NCAA postseason, the Cougars will learn their individual postseason fates during the NCAA Selection Show, scheduled to air at 5 p.m., Monday, April 28, on The Golf Channel.

    No. 38 Louisville rallied to post the tournament's best round for the second straight day and captured the team title with a score of 915, one stroke ahead of No. 18 UCF. SMU (928), Memphis (939), USF (944), Cincinnati (950) and Rutgers (991) rounded out the rest of the field.

    Individually, SMU's Jenny Haglund won the individual title with a score of 218 to finish five strokes in front of Louisville's Emily Haas. UCF's Ashley Holder (224) finished third at 224.


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