Cameron places 10th in Austin

For Immediate Release

February 25, 2020

Cameron University Athletics

Kenton Means – Sports Information Director


AUSTIN, Texas – The Cameron women’s golf team dropped one spot in the standings to finish 10th in their first event of the spring, the St. Edward’s Crosswinds Gloves Invite.

SEU Invite Final Results – Team/Player | Top-20 | Stats

After carding a 309 in the first round on Monday, the Aggies followed that up with a 315 during Tuesday’s final round. Their 36-hole score of 624 had them in 10th place, 37 strokes back of the invite winner West Texas A&M.

Iona Roska had the lowest finish of the Black and Gold, carding a 78 on Tuesday to give her a score of 155 for the two-day tournament. She finished in a tie for 30th place individually, while teammate Kyndall Morgan was just a stroke behind her in 32nd. Morgan had the biggest jump in scoring, going from an 82 in the first round to a 74 in the second to set her up for a 156 finish.

Freshman Ashley Davis fell off from her first-round 76, shooting an 81 during the second round to finish with a 157 in 38th place. Allison Duffin, who also shot a 76 during round one, added an 82 to her scorecard to give her a 158 for the 36-hole event. Ellie Fellers rounded out the CU grouping with a total score of 163 after shooting an 83 on Tuesday.

Statistically, Roska was one of three golfers to finish an even par of the par-3 holes, making four birdies during her 36-holes of action. Davis added three birdies for the event, while Morgan recorded a team-high 24 pars during the tournament.

The Lady Buffs won the event by six strokes, outlasting Arkansas Tech, who totaled a 593 for the SEU Invite. St. Edward’s was 10 strokes of the lead in third place, while Central Oklahoma (603) and UT Tyler (606) rounded out the top-5.

Cameron was just a stroke back of St. Mary’s and three back of Angelo State. Southwestern Oklahoma State was the closest team behind them, seven strokes back of the Aggies with a 631 score.

WT’s Ueakarn Songprasert and SEU’s Elena Castanon tied for the tournament lead with a pair of 140 scores. The duo played a one-hole playoff on No. 18, with Songprasert coming away with the top spot via a 6-5 win.

The Aggie women have a couple weeks before their next tournament, which will be the Midwestern State Classic, March 16-17, in Wichita Falls, Texas.


Kenton Means, ‘15

Sports Information Director – Cameron University

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