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UTEP Women’s Golf Team in Eighth at Wyoming Cowgirl Classic

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MARICOPA. – The UTEP ladies’s tennis group is in eighth location through 36 openings in the Wyoming Cowgirl Vintage on Friday in Maricopa, Ariz.

The Miners shot on models of 300 to get a whole of 605.  UC Irvine brings the 18-group area (296-290-586), with Sacramento Condition in minute (291-297-588).  UC Riverside (292-298-590) and Vegas (292-298-590) are linked for third-place.

The Miners delivered an overall total of eight people towards the event.  Lily Downs is linked for seventh location having a one-over par 145 (72-73).  She is three swings back of personal commanders Julia Becker of Sacramento Condition (69-73-142) and Jakeishya Le of UC Riverside (69-73-142).

July Ting is linked for 32nd location (76-76-152), Alisa Rodriguez is linked for 44th location (78-76-154), Sofia Castiello is linked for 55th location (76-80-156), Abbie Anghelescu is linked for 70th location (76-82-158), Patricia Rico-Avello is linked for 76th location (81-79-160) and Crystal Wu is linked for 83rd location (78-84-162).

The event wraps up on Friday with 18 more openings.

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