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Women’s golf collects first place at Rebel Intercollegiate

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Marijosse Navarro helped guide Texas A&M to its second team victory this year with a round of 66 on Sunday. 

Texas A&M sophomore golfer Marijosse Navarro shot a tournament record -6 (66), which was one shot off the school record of 65, seizing sole possession of second place to capture her ninth consecutive top six finish, which lifted the Aggies to a first place finish at the Rebel Intercollegiate Sunday.

Three Aggies, whose scores represented the team, shot under par Sunday as the team boasted their second best single round score in school history, -7 (281), to post a 54-hole tournament record of -6 (858) and win the Intercollegiate by three strokes over 17 other golf programs, including second place Kent State, who shot -3 (861).

This marks the second team victory of the 2014-15 campaign for the No. 15 Aggies after they won the Jim West Challenge at Tapatio Springs in early November. The Aggies also own three individual victories on the year as well.

Four members of the A&M squad finished inside the top ten on the individual leaderboard, including Navarro, whose final round score landed her in second place at -3 (213) for the tournament, five strokes behind champion junior Josée Doyon from Kent State University.

Doyon shot three consecutive rounds of under par, including a final round -4 (68) to effectively clinch the individualist honors at -8 (208).

Aside from Doyon’s run, A&M owned the individual leaderboard as sophomore Andrea Jonama, freshman Maddie Szeryk and sophomore Bianca Fabrizio joined Navarro inside the top ten out of 96 participants. Jonama and Szeryk both finished at -2 and in a five way tie for third place, while Fabrizio’s +1 held tenth place alone.
The Aggies look to carry their momentum over into the SEC Championships, which begin on April 17 in Hoover, Alabama.

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