Women’s golf returns home after loss
The SMU women’s golf team returns home after three days of competition in sunny Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.
Tia Gannon, Tanya Wadhwa, Jennifer Hooper, Kalie Presti and Liz Wells all competed for SMU in the Lady Puerto Rico Classic Feb. 7-9.
The women placed 15th out of 16 total teams.
On the individual level, Gannon tied for 32nd, Wadhwa tied for 46th, Hooper tied for 69th, Presti tied for 79th and Wells tied for 84th.
There were 86 women in the classic.
Florida State University took first overall with a final tally of 872 strokes. SMU finished ahead of Penn. State University with 953 strokes.
Other schools in attendance were: Indiana University, Iowa State, University of Michigan, University of Oklahoma, University of Wisconsin, Texas Tech, Baylor University, Florida State University, Northwestern University, Kent State, University of Georgia, Oklahoma State and Purdue University.
Now that the team is back in the states, they will have almost a full month to prepare for the UCF Invitational March 1 and 2.