UTSA Women's Golf has managed a fifth place finish at their own Alamo Invitational which wrapped up on Tuesday.
Taylor Newlin was the star for the Roadrunners as she managed to card a final round 74 that put her in seventh place with a three under par 213.
It was a tournament of records for UTSA with a program record of four under for the team score of 860 in the 54 hole tournament.
Newlin also managed a record of her own with a career best of three-under 69 in the opening round on Sunday before only faring one stroke worse on Monday with a 70.
Her total of 213 was the best 54 hole score from a UTSA golfer and just one off of the overall record which is held by Fabiola Arriaga and Paolo Valerio.
Both Arriaga and Brogan Townend finished just one stroke behind to finish in 13th at two-under 214 at the Briggs Ranch course.
Two Englishwomen had big days as Townend managed her best ever round on Monday with a 67 before wrapping up with 72 Aimee Ponte wrapped up the team score for UTSA as she hit her best round of the season with a 70 on the back of 33 from the front nine.
The impressive final day left UTSA in a tie with the Aggies for fifth while Oklahoma, the fifth ranked side in the country managed to break their tournament record with a 24-under 840.
Lindsay Gahm claimed the individual title with a tournament record 11-under 205 after carding all three rounds under 70.
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