Oklahoma State women’s golf didn’t waste any time getting into the win column this season.
The Cowgirls coasted to victory at the Sam Golden Invitational in Denton, Texas. The Cowgirls finished with a score of 36-under-par—the lowest 54-hole score in school history— 13 strokes better than Texas Tech in second. The win is the 100th team title in program history. The team's first win came in 1997.
The five Cowgirls in the lineup all shot under par at Wildhorse Golf Club. Lianna Bailey, who competed as an individual shot 1-over par.
“We're very happy with the way they played this week," coach Greg Robertson said in a release. “Especially shooting 17-under in the final round. It was a solid performance by everyone. This is a great way to start the year, and now we'll be looking to build off of this as we move forward.”
Caley McGinty finished tied for third in her first tournament with the Cowgirls after transferring from Kent State. McGinty shot 12-under on the tournament after rounds of 67,67 and 70.
Isabella Fierro also continued her collegiate success finishing tied for fifth at 10-under, 68, 67 and 71.
Maddison Hinson-Tolchard shot 72, 72 and 68 en route to a 4-under tied for 20th finish. Clemence Martin shot 4-under for the event after posting rounds of 74, 72 and 66.
Rina Tatematsu tied for 18th after rounds of 73, 71 and 67.
The Cowgirls are back in action Sept. 26-27 at the Schooner Fall Classic in Norman.