SOUTH BEND, Ind. - The most memorable season in North Texas women's golf history came to an end at the final round of the NCAA Central Regional. Paced by senior Chandra Alexander, the Mean Green fired a final round of 310 and climbed to 16th place.
Alexander, who closed out her career in the third round, had the best score in the tournament for North Texas as she finished in a tie for 27th place with a 227. She had two birdies in the final round as she posted a 4-over par 76.
Freshman Chaslyn Chrismer had a third round score of 4-over par 76 and finished with the second best tournament score for the Mean Green at 232 and finished in 56th place.
Addison Long, Jacey Chun, and Kelsey Kipp all shot third-round scores of 79. Kipp had an eagle three on the par-5 second hole of the day.
The top-eight teams advanced to the NCAA Championship but North Texas did finish ahead of No. 44 Oklahoma State and No. 47 UNLV in the regional.
The Mean Green ends the 2010-11 season but not before winning four tournaments, finishing in the top-five in 10 of the 11 events this season, four all-conference selections, and head coach Jeff Mitchell being named Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year.
North Texas also advanced to the post-season for the first time in school history with an at-large big to the NCAA Central Region.