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UHV's Shelbi Vincent finished tied for fifth at the Jack Brown Memorial on Tuesday. (TAMUI Photo)
UHV's Shelbi Vincent finished tied for fifth at the Jack Brown Memorial on Tuesday. (TAMUI Photo)
Women's Golf - Tue, Feb. 7, 2017

LAREDO – On a day when only one team managed to make a move, the University of Houston-Victoria women's golf team finished in fourth place at the Texas A&M-International Jack Brown Memorial Golf Tournament on Tuesday.

As the final round scores rose at Laredo Country Club, Texas A&M-International maintained its lead to capture first place with a two day 629 (308-321), while Texas A&M-Kingsville moved up one spot to take second with a 655 (325-330). Houston St. Thomas fell one spot to third with a 656 (313-343), while the Jaguars posted a 339-362-701.

UHV's Shelbi Vincent (SR/Nederland, TX) finished tied for fifth in the Jaguars' first spring event shooting a 76-80-156. Vincent was followed by Reid Whaley (SO/Nederland, TX) who posted an 85-92-177, Viviana Yzquierdo (FR/Barbers Hills, TX) an 85-94-179 and Jo Ellen Canales (SO/Corpus Christi, TX) a 92-96-189.

TAMUI's Rachel Yu strolled to the individual title with a seven shot margin posting rounds of 71-77-148. Three players, Katy Colson (73-82) and Nicki Oesch (76-79) of St. Thomas and Reanna De La Cruz (77-78) of A&M-Kingsville, tied for second at 155.

The Jaguars will return to action Feb. 18-20 when they host the annual Claud Jacobs Collegiate Invitational at The Club at Colony Creek.