ALBUQUERQUE -- The BYU women's golf team placed 15th in the Dick McGuire Golf Invitational, which concluded Saturday in New Mexico.
The team posted an total score of 946 to finish 15th in the field of 18 teams. BYU fell behind early in the three-day tournament, and despite a strong resurgence, could not come back to finish higher.
Carrie Summerhays, who started out the first day tied for 60th place, rebounded and finished with the best score for the Cougars at 228, good for 29th place.
The University of Arizona dominated the invitational from the beginning and took overall team honors. The individual crown went to Angela Stanford of TCU, who edged Arizona's Jenna Daniels by one stroke to claim the victory.
Host New Mexico tied USC for second place, while Colorado State managed a 14th-place finish ahead of BYU.
Top 10 teams:
1 - University of Arizona, 880
2 - University of New Mexico, 886
Southern California, 886
4 - New Mexico State, 898
5 - University of Texas, 899
6 - Texas A&M, 905
Arizona State, 905
8 - TCU, 910
9 - Oklahoma State, 913
10 - University of Oklahoma, 924
Top Individual Finishers:
1 - Angela Stanford, TCU, 215
2 - Jenna Daniels, Arizona, 216
3 - Gwladys Nocera, N. Mexico St., 217
Kristin Dufour, Texas, 217
5 - Amanda Moltke-Leth, UCLA, 218
Becky Lucidi, New Mexico, 218
7 - Cristina Baena, Arizona, 219
8 - Ryley Webb, New Mexico, 220
Anna Jonsson, Texas A&M, 220
10 - Maria Boden, Oklahoma St., 221
Miriam Nagl, Arizona St., 221
Team - 15 (946)
29 - Carrie Summerhays, 228
51 - Adrianne Gibby, 235
75 - Jessica Gardner, 240
82 - Summer Fenstermaker, 243
94 - Teal Thron, 256