FORT MYERS, Florida - In the final round of the fall season the North Texas women's golf team moved up a spot to finish in third place at the 34th FIU Pat Bradley Invitational. North Texas shot their low score of the tournament in the third round with a 299 and moved past Boston College for third place, finishing behind Eastern Michigan and tournament host and winner FIU. North Texas had four golfers finish in the top-25.
Senior Jacey Chun had her second top-five finish of the fall as she shot a 1-over par in the third round to finish in fourth place. Chun was 4-over par 220 for the tournament as she had three birdies in her final round.
Addison Long had her second straight top-10 finish of the fall after a final round of 2-over par 74. Long finished tied for 10th place with a three round score of 225.
Freshman McKenzie Ralston shot her best round of the tournament with a 2-over par 74. Ralston was steady in her final round with 14 pars on the day to move up to 16th place. It is her second straight top-20 finish of the fall season.
Kelsey Kipp finished in 23rd place after a third round of 78. Chaslyn Chrismer shot a third round of 79 and finished tied for 30th place.
North Texas had three top-5 five finishes in the four fall tournaments they played in, with two third-place finishes. The Mean Green open the spring season February 5 at the Arizona Wildcat Invitational.