- Baylor Women's Golf finished sixth in the Annika Intercollegiate tournament.
- Freshman Ashleen Kaur impressed with a 4-under 68 in her collegiate debut.
- South Carolina currently leads the tournament with a score of 15-under.
Baylor’s women’s golf team, ranked No. 12, finished in sixth place on the first day of the Annika Intercollegiate tournament. Freshman Ashleen Kaur had an impressive performance, shooting a 4-under 68. Senior Rosie Belsham also played well, carding a 2-under 70. South Carolina currently leads the tournament. Kaur is in second place in the individual standings, three shots behind South Carolina’s Louise Rydqvist. Baylor’s head coach, Jay Goble, praised the team’s performance but noted that they could have scored even better. The team will compete in the second round alongside Texas A&M and Oregon on Tuesday morning.
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