Kwon Posts Solid Final Round At BYU Entrada Classic
North Texas Finishes In 13th Place
Junior Eji Kwon led the team with a final round 77 at the BYU Entrada Classic Tuesday afternoon (photo by Rick Yeatts).
PROVO, Utah – Junior Eji Kwon shot a final round 77 as the North Texas women’s golf team finished the BYU Entrada Classic in 13th place Tuesday afternoon.
Kwon finished the two-day tournament in a tie for 42nd place with scores of 85-79-77. Her final round 77 included a front nine score of one-under par 35.
Freshman Kalli Jennings turned in a final round 78 to place tied for 65th in the BYU Entrada Classic. Jennings posted three round totals of 86-86-78. Junior Ali Christian finished 73rd after carding a final round 91. Christian had scores of 92-75-91.
Sophomore Devin Edwards finished in a tie for 74th place after firing a final round 84. Edwards shot 93-83-84 during the two-day tournament. Sophomore Nyca Khaw finished with a 78 in the final round but remained in last place due to her disqualification in the first round. Khaw shot an 89 in round two.
North Texas as a team got off to a rough start on Day one with a team score of 356 but followed up with a 323. In the final round, NT finished with their best overall round at 317. The Mean Green’s three round total was 996.
The tournament host BYU ended up winning the tournament by 23 strokes at 24 over-par. Boise State’s Samantha Martin took home first place finishing two-under par with scores of 73-71-70 at the par-72 Snow Canyon course.
The Mean Green will be back in action April 1-2 at the SMU Invitational in Dallas.