The Arkansas Razorback women’s golf team ended its fall season tying for eighth place with the Kentucky Wildcats at the Liz Murphey Fall Collegiate Classic. The tournament was held at the University of Georgia Nov. 6-8.
As a team, Arkansas shot 291 during the final round. The Auburn Tigers won the event by a stroke over the Tennessee Volunteers.
Tennessee junior Mikayla Bardwell, Auburn freshman Megan Schofill and Mississippi State sophomore Hannah Levi tied for first place in the event at three-under par.
While 11 programs participated in the event, the Georgia Bulldogs had a B-team compete to make the total of 12 teams.
Junior Brooke Matthews played 1-under 71 on the last day, tying her for 11th with Missouri Tiger senior Jess Yuen. Matthews started her junior season winning the Blessings Collegiate Invitational. She was also runner-up at The Ally.
Sophomore Kajal Mistry almost tied Matthews for 11th, but she double-bogeyed on the final hole. Nonetheless, she had her best performance of the season, playing 3-over-par and settled for a six-way tie for 13th.
Freshman Cory Lopez hit 1-over-par in the final round. It was her best round of the tournament, and her third round this season with a score of 73 or better. Lopez finished with an overall score of +7, which was low enough to finish with a share of 26th place.
Sophomore Ela Anacona had three birdies and four bogeys on the final day, which matched Lopez’s 73. She would finish the event for a tie at 38th.
Junior Ximena Gonzalez finished 58th, with a score of 244.
The Arkansas Razorback women’s golf team ended its season placing ninth or better in all of its scheduled events, including a team win in the Blessing Collegiate Invitational. The Hogs finish the season at No. 5 in the nation, according to Golfweek. The spring schedule has not been announced.