HUMBLE, Texas – The NC State women’s golf team used a pair of program-record rounds on Monday to finish in a tie for sixth place at the ICON Invitational in Humble, Texas.
The Wolfpack finished the week tied with Maryland at 17-under par, posting a three-round score of 847 finishing 17 shots shy of tournament champion Texas A&M (-34).
Freshman Vania Simont led the way for the Pack, with her three-day score 209 (-7) resulting in the first top-ten finish of her career.
Isabel Amezcua, Natalie Armbruester, and Lauren Olivares Leon all finished the week under par for the Wolfpack as well, with Amezcua leading the way amongst the trio with a T14 finish at 211 (-5).
Ambruester finished at a two-under score of 214, with her round-two 68 (-4) marking the lowest score of the week for any NC State golfer.
Olivares Leon used a consistent week to a one-under finish and a two-day total of 215, highlighted by a second-round 71 (-1)
Inja Fric additionally competed for the Wolfpack, improving in each round and posted her best score on Tuesday with a four-over 76.
Overall for the Wolfpack, the week marked one of the most successful in program history. The back-to-back rounds of 278 (-10) on Monday each served as the lowest 18-hole scores in program history. Additionally, NC State’s three-day total of 847 (-17) is the lowest in school history, improving by 11 shots over the previous record of 858 at the 2012 Sir Pizza Cards Challenge.
The Wolfpack will be back in action on Mar. 4-5 at the Gator Invitational. Hosted by Florida in Gainesville, Fla., the Pack will compete at the Mark Bostick Golf Course in a 54-hole affair.
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