The Arkansas Tech Golden Suns finished fifth overall at an Oklahoma City tournament in a 14- team field.
Tech had the lead by 3 strokes after the first round.
“We played great,” head coach Amy Anderson said. “We hit fairways and greens and had a great mindset that day.”
However, the second day proved to be tougher on the team as they fell back to fifth place.
“We never really overcame our mindset the second day, but I am pleased about our performance. [We] just have to be more consistent.”
The team has been working hard to improve on its weaknesses, but this season has shown just how resilient this team can be.
Even after losing three key seniors from last year, the Golden Suns are shooting scores in tournaments that have never been so good.
“We just have to put two good rounds together and all play well on the same day,” Anderson said about moving forward in the fall schedule.
The Golden Suns have the Great American Conference preview in Oklahoma City next week and look to build off their good performances this year