KERRVILLE – Although the Texans can’t contribute a team score due to their reclassification process, Tarleton can still stack their individual scores up to the competition at the WAC Championship this week.
On Monday, their scores were very comparable.
Finishing with a would-be team score of +21, Tarleton would be fifth in the team standings through Day 1 at Riverhill Country Club in Kerrville, Texas. New Mexico State leads all 12 participating WAC teams at +8.
Alejandra Cambronero had the best day for the purple and white, shooting 75 to go +3. That’s tied for 10th in the 60-woman field. The Tarleton sophomore, playing in her second WAC Championship, parred her last eight holes.
Mathilde Brogens turned in a 77, +5, tied for 13th. She was -1 through her first 11 holes before running into trouble, but still finished with a great score.
Sofia Rodriguez, who nearly cracked the top-10 in the WAC Championship last year, shot 78, +6. She was even over her last eight holes with six pars, a birdie and a bogey. She’s tied for 24th.
Freshman Angela Inocian had her best round in the last three tournaments with a round of 79, +7. After three double bogeys over her first four holes, Inocian went +1 over her next 14 holes, including pars on each of her last 12. She’s tied for 29th.
Rounding out the group for the Texans was freshman Bridgett Joeris at +14 (86), tied-52nd.
Tarleton is back at it Tuesday for Day 2 of the three-day event. The first tee time for the group is 8:00 a.m. CT, featuring Joeris.