HONOLULU, Hawaii- After finishing the first two rounds on Tuesday the North Texas women's golf team entered the third and final round of the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational in ninth place, shooting a 311. Round three was similar as the Mean Green shot a 312 and finished the tournament tied for seventh with Washington State at 70 over-par in the the field of 14.
Senior Jacey Chun had her best round of the tournament shooting a two over-par 74. This comes after a first round four over and second round nine over-par. Chun tallied six birdies for the tournament which put her tied for 15th place. Chun's impressive round three included only three bogeys and a birdie which helped her climb from 40th place in round two, to a top-20 finish overall.
Sophomore Chaslyn Chrismer took home a top-25 finish with a six over par finish in round three, shooting a 233 for the tournament at 17 over-par.
The leader for the Mean Green after day one was senior Addison Long who was tied for 13th nine strokes off the leader. Long though struggled in round three recording a 12 over-par 84 and dropping to 40th place.
The highlight of the tournament was senior Kelsey Kipp's Eagle on hole 16, a 493 yard par five, in round three. Kipp ended up shooting an eight over in the final round and finished tied for 54th with teammate McKenzie Ralston.
No. 12 Texas A&M came away with the victory shooting a team 37 over-par, closely followed by No. 24 UC Davis.
The ladies next tournament is the Entrada Classic in St. George, Utah on March 19th through the 20th.