TUCSON, Arizona- The North Texas woman's golf team struggled in the final round of the Arizona Wildcat Invitational shooting 31 over-par and finished in tenth place. Strong winds on the course played a big factor in the final results as none of the teams shot below par for the course. The Mean Green finished the weekend with a 68 over-par in three rounds and five strokes behind No. 34 San Diego State.
Addison Long had the best round three for North Texas, shooting a four over-par 76 finishing tied for 36th place along side her teammate McKenzie Ralston who had five birdies through 18 holes.
Long tallied her best round of golf during the tournament in the final round with four over-par following a seven and five over-par the first two days.
Kelsey Kipp was tied for 24th place at the start of the day but weather proved to be too much of a factor as she dropped to a tie at 62nd with a 20 over-par final round.
Jacey Chun finished at 47th place with a 22 over-par for the tournament and Chaslyn Chrismer finished tied for 52nd.
North Texas finished behind eight of the nation's top-50 teams as No. 22 Arizona won with 12 stroke lead at 13 under-par while No. 1 UCLA came in second with a one under-par.
The Mean Green next heads to Boulder City, NV on February 20 for a two day tournament against UNLV.