UTSA women's golf team
UTSA is ready for first SLC Championship
By Kyle Stephens
Director of Sports Information, UTSA Athletics
(April 10, 2006)The UTSA women's golf team will compete in its first-ever Southland Conference Championship event Monday-Wednesday, April 10-12, at Kingwood Country Club's Forest Course.
The Roadrunners will face six other conference teams -- defending champion Lamar, Louisiana-Monroe, McNeese State, Nicholls State, Sam Houston State and Texas State -- in the fifth annual league championship.
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The field will play 18 holes each day, beginning with 8 a.m. tee times. For directions to the course, visit http://www.kingwoodclub.com/index.htm.
The freshman trio of Laura Baker, Allie Jordan and Jenna Wessels leads a very young UTSA squad into the meet. Baker leads the team with an 80.57 scoring average during the 2005-06 campaign, including an 81.00 mark this spring. Baker also posted the team's top finish, a runner-up showing at the Lady Cardinal Invitational last September.
Jordan owns an 82.13 stroke average and a third-place showing at the Lady Cardinal, while Wessels is scoring at an 83.60 mark.
As a team, UTSA has carded an average round of 337.7 this spring, highlighted by a 321 in its final round last week at the CenturyTel Bobcat Classic. Lamar leads the league with a 314.3 scoring average.
For tournament information and results, visit http://southland.cstv.com.