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Mary Hardin-Baylor Athletics | February 25, 2014

Mary Hardin-Baylor finishes second at Lady Cru Spring Invitational

KILLEEN, Texas -- Mary Hardin-Baylor could not make up any ground in sloppy conditions on the tournament's second day as the Cru women finished in second place at the Lady Cru Spring Invitational on Tuesday. UMHB shot 311-323=624 to finish 18 shots off the pace set by tournament champion Texas-Tyler (305-311=616).

McKenzie Ralston was the top individual finisher for UMHB after finishing in third place individually. Ralston shot 74-77=151 in her first tournament for the Cru women and finished four strokes behind individual champion Laura Lindsey of U.T.-Tyler (72-75=147).

Taylor O'Rear finished in a tie for ninth place after posting 76-82=158 for UMHB, Kaley Jackson (79-83) and Victoria Thane (82-80) both shot 162's for the Cru to tie for 16th place, Allison Holly's 82-84=166 was good for 22nd place, Ashley Garbade (76-91) and Kelly Gonyea (84-83) both fired 167's to tie for 23rd place and Sara Eckert shot 80-88=168 to tie for 27th for the Cru women.

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