Mean Green Open Little Rock Women's Golf Classic Sunday

Oct. 29, 2016

HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE, Arkansas - North Texas women's golf travels to Hot Springs Village, Arkansas to compete in the Little Rock Women's Golf Classic, which is hosted by Little Rock, Sunday through Tuesday at Diamonte Country Club. The Mean Green lineup for the three-day, 54 hole event is comprised of senior Eji Kwon, sophomore Sol Lee, freshman Elena Kim, freshman Lauren Cox and junior Nyca Khaw.

"We are excited to finish our season at a great golf course in Arkansas," head coach Michael Akers said. "We want to finish the fall on a positive note. The ladies have been working very hard and are showing improvement."

The three-day tournament will begin Sunday from the Diamonte (par 72), as the teams will play 18 holes and open round one at 8:30 a.m. CT. The Mean Green are part of a strong 16-team field, including host Little Rock, Arkansas State, UTEP, Stephen F. Austin, Sam Houston State, UMKC, Houston Baptist, Central Arkansas, Wichita State, Missouri State, Oral Roberts, Louisiana-Monroe, Montana, Northern Iowa and Jacksonville State.

Rounds two and three will take place on Monday, with tee times starting at 9 a.m., and the final round on Tuesday morning with a shotgun start at 8:30.

The Mean Green lineup has three newcomers to the program, led by the New Mexico transfer, Lee, who is averaging a single round score of 75.22 which ranks second on the team through her three tournaments played. Kwon, a senior, leads the way for the Mean Green in her scoring average through two tournaments at 73.33. 

There is no live scoring available for this tournament, but final results will be available on MeanGreenSports.com following each of the three rounds.


Follow along with Mean Green Women's Golf on social media throughout the year. Get program updates on Twitter@MeanGreenWGolf, or look for updates and photos on Facebook atFacebook.com/MeanGreenWGolf. Fans can also go toMeanGreenSports.com for the latest news and notes on the women's golf program.

 

 

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