Jack Urquhart | Posted: 2 Apr 2019 | Updated: 8 Nov 2020

Cougars take fourth at The Bruzzy

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ARGYLE, Texas – Behind three top-10 finishes, BYU women's golf improved two spots in the final round to take fourth in The Bruzzy at Lantana Golf Club.

"I'm happy with how we played this week," BYU head coach Carrie Roberts said. " It's nice to see us put it together. I'm proud of Rose (Huang), Naomi (Soifua) and Allysha Mae (Mateo) for finishing in the Top 10."

Rose Huang tied for sixth overall with a three-under. Naomi Soifua and Allysha Mae Mateo both shot under par on the final day to tie for eighth with an overall score of two-under.

Annick Haczkiewicz improved 11 spots in the third round to wind up tied for 39th at five-over. Anna Kennedy posted an 18-over for the tournament. 

The Cougars (-2) sat in sixth place after Monday's first two rounds but battled tough conditions to end up as one of four teams to finish under par. They were one of just three teams to shoot under 300 all three rounds (285, 285, 292) and had the second-best final-round score.

Baylor finished atop the leaderboard with a score of 10-under.

BYU has a couple of weeks to prepare for the West Coast Conference Championship, which begins on April 18.

Day One Recap

Final Individual Results

Player Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 To Par Position
Rose Huang 67 69 77 -3 T6
Naomi Soifua 73 71 70 -2 T8
Allysha Mae Mateo 73 70 71 -2 T8
Annick Haczkiewicz 72 75 74 +5 T39
Anna Kennedy 78 77 79 +18 73

Final Team Results (Top 5 Only)

Team Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 To Par Position
Baylor 280 283 291 -10 1
Ole Miss 276 282 298 -8 2
Texas Tech 274 285 302 -3 3
BYU 285 285 292 -2 4
Miami 286 283 300 +5 5

Complete Results


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