Sophomore Sara Romero made 11 holes at par Saturday afternoon, including seven in a row from holes six through 12.
SEASIDE -- A great effort at the 2009 Mountain West Conference Championships resulted in a fifth-place finish for the BYU women’s golf team.
The Cougars ended the tournament at 74-over-par following a 32-over final round Saturday afternoon at the par-72 Black Horse Golf Course, finishing four strokes ahead of Wyoming.
Jade Bollinger continued to play well for the team as she stayed in seventh place overall in the 35-member field at 12-over-par. She played a 6-over third round as she had one birdie on par-4 hole 16 and completed a team-high eight holes at par throughout the day.
Senior Natalia Jimenez finished in 16th place at 17-over-par after an 8-over final round. She had a team-high two birdies on the day (both on the back nine) and eight holes made at par.
Maggie Yuan tied for 21st overall at 19-over-par and also played an 8-over third round. The freshman scored one birdie on the par-5 hole 12 and totaled eight holes made at par.
Sophomore Sara Romero and Junior Shayla Forsey competed strong for the Cougars by completing multiple holes at even-par. Forsey had one birdie on par-4 hole seven, while Romero scored 11 holes at par, including seven in a row from holes six through 12.
New Mexico won the team competition at 39-over-par, while Jonelle Martinez of Wyoming won the individual honor at 5-over-par.
Full results of the 2009 MWC Women’s Golf Championships can be found on golfstat.com or byucougars.com.
2009 MWC Women's Golf Championships
BYU 5th/7 +74 305-313-320--938
T7 Bollinger 73-77-78--228 +12
T16 Jimenez 76-77-80--233 +17
T21 Yuan 76-79-80--235 +19
28 Romero 80-80-82--242 +26
T33 Forsey 83-82-82--247 +31
1 New Mexico +39
2 TCU +53
3 UNLV +56
4 Colorado State +57
5 BYU +74
6 Wyoming +78
7 San Diego State +82