Austin Rustand | Posted: 10 May 2023 | Updated: 2 Aug 2023

Mateo concludes career with 10th-place finish at NCAA San Antonio Regional

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Allysha Mae Mateo hits a shot during the final round of the NCAA Franklin Regional.

SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Allysha Mae Mateo capped off her BYU career with a 10th-place finish after a 1-over 73 in the final round of the NCAA San Antonio Regional at TPC San Antonio on Wednesday.

Mateo finished the NCAA San Antonio Regional with rounds of 71-74-73—218 to finish in solo 10th at 2 over par. The senior carded four birdies, including a birdie on her final hole as a BYU Cougar to turn in a 1-over 73 on Wednesday for a 2-over tournament total.

The five-year staple in the Cougar lineup teed it up in 53 events, held a career scoring average of 73.6 and recorded 38 top-25 finishes, 30 top 15s, 25 top 10s, 15 top 5s and two wins during her BYU career. Her 2022-23 scoring average of 72.71 ranks as the third-lowest single-season scoring average in program history (records begin in 1990).

Individual Leaderboard

Place Team Player R1 R2 R3 Total To Par
1st UTSA Camryn Carreon 71 67 68 206 -10
2nd UCLA No. 9 Zoe Campos 70 72 70 212 -4
T-8 Sam Houston Jennifer Herbst 74 70 73 217 +1
10th BYU Allysha Mae Mateo 71 74 73 218 +2
T-11 Denver No. 55Anna Zanusso 78 68 73 219 +3

Having graduated with her Master of Accountancy from the Marriott School of Business in April, Mateo now sets her sights on LPGA Tour Qualifying School this coming August 28-31.

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