BROWNWOOD, Texas — The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor women’s golf team improved by six strokes and one spot in the team standings in the final round of The Preview Tuesday in Brownwood. The Cru finished in a tie for third place to match its best finish of the fall season.
UMHB finished with a 338-332 to tie with Hardin-Simmons University (326-344) for third place at 670. UT Dallas won the tournament after posting a 309-341=650 and Concordia Texas took second place, 14 strokes ahead of the Cru with a 332-324=656. East Texas Baptist rounded out the top five with a 338-346=684. An eight-team field competed in the tournament.
Victoria Gleghorn was the top individual for UMHB after taking third place with an 81-76=157. Leah Tyner finished in a tie for 10th with an 86-79=165, Taylor Abernathy shot 87-83=170 to finish in 16th place, Jade Ming shot 88-85=173 to claim 18th place, Annie Hasselbach (86-88) and Annika Criss (84-90) tied for 19th place with 174’s and Amanda Hill carded an 84-98=182 to finish 34th. Madyson Milliorn of Concordia Texas took individual medalist honors after recording a 74-78=152.
The two-day, 36-hole event was played on a par-72, 5,806-yard layout The Hideout Golf Course in Brownwood. The tournament closes out the fall schedule for the UMHB women.