HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE, Ark. –True freshman Georgina Mundy became the first freshman to win an individual title for North Texas since 2001 as she captured the UALR Women’s Golf Classic. Mundy won the event with a three-round score of 6-over par 222.
Mundy ran away from the field, winning by five strokes over the nearest competition as she is the first medalist winner for the North Texas women’s golf team since Kelsey Kipp won the Rose City Invitational in 2010.
Mundy shot a final round of 3-over par 75 in the final round as she was the only player in the entire field to shoot 75 or under in all three rounds. She is just the third freshman in school history to win an individual title and first since Laura Rakel captured the Lady Eagle Invitational in 2001.
North Texas as a team finished in a tie for seventh place with Missouri State. The Mean Green finished up the second and completed the entire third round on the day, shooting scores of 323 and 320.
McKenzie Ralston finished in a tie for 28th place after posting back-to-back round of 80. Taylor Kilponen shot a third round of 81 and finished in a tie for 49th place. Chaslyn Chrismer and Keegan Moore had scores of 84 and 85 in the third round.
Sam Houston State captured the team title, beating Middle Tennessee by one stroke. North Texas is back in action on April 5-7 as they play in the SMU Invitational.