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UTEP Women’s Golf Ties for Third in Arkansas

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The UTEP women’s golf team tied for third place at the Little Rock/ASU Invitational on Tuesday in Maumelle, Ark.

The Miners shot rounds of 304, 306 and 307 for a total of 917.  Central Arkansas was champion of the 13-team tournament (295-295-307-897), and Arkansas-Little Rock was second (306-304-302-912).

Capturing individual medalist honors was Central Arkansas’ Ye Ji Lim, who carded a five-over-par 221 (72-72-77).

UTEP placed two individuals in the top-10, with Alisa Rodriguez tying for fourth place (74-75-74-223) and Lily Downs tying for 10th place (76-76-75-227).

The Miners’ June Ting tied for 20th place (76-76-79-231), Crystal Wu tied for 38th place (78-81-79-238) and Abbie Anghelescu tied for 49th place (83-79-82-244).

UTEP will next compete at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic April 6-7 in Maricopa, Ariz.

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