LAS CRUCES, New Mexico - The North Texas women's golf team rallied on the final day of the Price's Give Em Five Intercollegiate by shooting a round of 293 to finish 10th in the 18-team tournament. The round on Wednesday is the best by a North Texas team since they shot a 292 in 2002 at Oakmont Country Club.
Overall the Mean Green shot a 43-over par 907 and was only eight strokes shy of reaching the top five.
Leading the way for the Mean Green was sophomore Addison Long, who shot a collegiate best round of 70 and finished the tournament as the team's top individual finisher (T-14th) with a 7-over par, 223.
Sophomore Kelsey Kipp and senior Jordan Rose both shots 75 to finish their respective tournament. In fact, both Rose and Kipp finished tied for 32nd with a 10-over par 226.
Senior Janna Golden bounced back from a tough first two rounds to shoot a 73 on Wednesday. She carded a three-round score of 16-over par, 232, tying her for 55th overall.
Senior Maggie Noel rounded out the scores for the Mean Green by finishing tied for 88th with a three-day score of 244.
Idaho was crowned the tournament champs with a team score of 7-over par, 871, followed by UC-Irvine (+14), San Diego State (+16), Baylor (+30) and Fresno State (+30).
North Texas will be back in action on Oct. 19-20 at the Shocker Invitational in Newton, Kansas.