SAN ANTONIO, Texas - Junior Chaslyn Chrismer got things rolling for the North Texas women's golf team as she fired a season-low round at the final day of the Alamo Invitational. Chrismer shot a 2-under par 70, which is the second lowest round of her career and her lowest round since the 2010-11 season.
Chrismer had four birdies on the day with only two bogeys. For the event she moved into a tie for 47th place at 11-over par. The score of 70 is tied for the lowest by a North Texas golfer in the fall season.
McKenzie Ralston turned in her best round of the tournament with a 2-over par 74 as she finished in a tie for 47th place with Chrismer. Ralston posted three birdies on the day, which equaled her total in the first two rounds.
Georgina Mundy struggled in her final round with an 83 while Taylor Kilponen shot an 81. Brooke Bailey battled back after starting 10-over par through 10 holes to post three birdies on the finishing holes to shoot an 80 for the day.
North Texas as a team shot a team-low round of 305, which ties for the second lowest round of the fall season. The Mean Green finished in 15th place while No. 9 Oklahoma won the team title.
The tournament is final competition for North Texas in the fall as the Mean Green start the spring season on February 17-18 at the Jim West Challenge.