The Kansas State women’s golf team placed 13th in The Bruzzy in its regular-season finale.
The Wildcats finished 35-over par 899 in the two-day event in Fort Worth, Texas. The 6,277-yard Waterchase Golf Club hosted fourteen collegiate women’s golf teams, mostly Big 12 teams.
K-State picked up a seven-stroke victory against in-state rival Kansas.
“We didn’t start the event well, but they kept competing,” head coach Kristi Knight said to K-State Athletics. “We need to build off days like today. No matter the conditions, you have to score your ball, and we did that a little better each day.”
Sophomore Napua Glossner was the individual leader for K-State, finishing in a tie for 38th place at 6-over par 222. Glossner saw success in her final round, carding four birdies and finishing 2-over par 74. This is the third time she has been the team leader this spring.
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Junior Haley Vargas checked in at 8-over par 224 and tied for 46th overall.
Junior Manon Donche-Gay found her stroke in the end and finished with a 2-over par 74 third-round to secure a 12-over par 228 finish. She tied for 62nd place.
Despite a 1-over par 73 third round from freshman Remington Isaac, she could not climb the leaderboards, finishing in a tie for 69th place. She recorded a 15-over par 231 for the meet.
Sophomore Gabriela McNelly rounded out the course for the Wildcats, tallying a 15-over par 233 on her scorecard and finishing in 73rd place.
The No. 17 Baylor Bears ran away with the trophy, carding a 21-under par 843. For individuals, TCU’s Sabrina Iqbal recorded a 9-under par 63 final round to claim the gold with a final scorecard of 11-under par at 205.
The Wildcats now move into postseason play and the Big 12 Championships, taking place at the Houston Oaks Golf Club in Texas on April 22-24.