The 2015 SMU/DAC Invitational came to a close Saturday and the Mustangs found themselves sitting in tenth place.
“It is so nice to be able to host our own tournament,” head coach Jeanne Sutherland said. “The DAC is such a nice course. The people here are so good to us. We love to put on a fun event and showcase Dallas.”
The team title went home with Oklahoma State (+11). Purdue came in second at +19.
August Kim shot -1 and was the individual medalist for Purdue. Kim squared off with Kansas’ Yupaporn Kawinpakorn in a playoff.
Lindsey McCurdy led the way for the Mustangs. She carded a 79, tying for 20th with a tournament score of 225, nine over. It was McCurdy’s second consecutive top 20 in back-to-back events for this season.
Jenny Haglund and Jennifer Park each shot a 75 on the final round. Haglund (+17) tied for 47th while Park (+19) tied for 52nd.
Evelyn Dole finished the tournament with 234, 18-over.
Alexandra Rossi shot an 83 on her final round. Rossi was the second highest finisher for the Mustangs. She tied for 42nd at 16-over.
The Mustangs will have a week off before the American Athletic Championship at Hammock Beach Resort in Palm Coast, Florida. Round one begins on April 19.