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UTEP Women’s Golf Team In Eighth At Wyoming Cowgirl Classic

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MARICOPA, ARIZ. – The UTEP women’s golf team is in eighth place through 36 holes at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic on Thursday in Maricopa, Ariz.

The Miners shot rounds of 300 and 305 for a total of 605.  UC Irvine leads the 18-team field (296-290-586), with Sacramento State in second (291-297-588).  UC Riverside (292-298-590) and Nevada (292-298-590) are tied for third place.

The Miners sent a total of seven players to the tournament.  Lily Downs is tied for seventh place with a one-over-par 145 (72-73).  She is three strokes back of individual leaders Julia Becker of Sacramento State (69-73-142) and Jakeishya Le of UC Riverside (69-73-142).

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

The tournament wraps up on Friday with 18 more holes.

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