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Photo by Courtesy of Texas State Athletics

Senior Maddie Szeryk tied for fifth at 6-over-par at the Trinity Forest Invitational.

In their first action of the spring, Texas A&M women’s golf traveled to the Florida State Match-Up where they finished in ninth place at 26-over par (884). No. 7 South Carolina went on to win the tournament at 16-under par (848).
Maddie Szeryk, who won this tournament in 2016, led the Aggies with a tie for 15th place finish at even par. The senior opened her tournament with a three-over 75 but managed to bounce back in the second and third rounds, firing two-under and one-under. Szeryk now has 14 par-or-better rounds this season in 18 tries. For the event, she was top-10 in both par 5 scoring (-6) and total birdies (11).
Freshman Amber Park was next in line for Texas A&M, finishing the weekend at four-over par in a tie for 27th. Park tied the best round of her young career on the final day with an even par 72. She was tied for eighth in par 4 scoring for the tournament (+2).
Just two shots back was Courtney Dow, who, after starting her final round with an eagle, finished in a tie for 31st at six-over par. The sophomore fired her seventh par-or-better round to start the tournament with a two-under 70. Dow tied for eighth in par 3 scoring for the weekend (E).
Junior Chloe Velasco (+17) and freshman Elizabeth Caldarelli (+21) finished in ties for 54th and 62nd, respectively. Along with Dow and only a handful of players in the field, they each recorded an eagle this week.
Competing as an individual in the third tournament of her career, freshman Ariana Saenz finished at 18-over par with a share of 57th.
In the match-up portion of the event, Texas A&M was paired with hosts Florida State. The two teams count each of their best four scores, along the highest score among the 10 players and compete against other pairs in the field. The Aggie-Seminole duo finished in fourth, totaling 1091 strokes.
The Aggies’ next action comes on Feb. 26-27 when they will compete at The Dickson hosted by Houston at the Woodlands Country Club.

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