The Kansas women’s golf team fought the tough course and competition to finish ninth place at the Palmetto Intercollegiate in Kiawah Island, South Carolina Tuesday afternoon.
Junior Sera Tadokoro fell just shy of finishing inside the top-20 after taking 23rd place while shooting 2-over par 74 during the third round.
Sophomore Pear Pooratanaopa fired three birdies and scoring even in the front-nine. She continued shooting consistently on the back half to end the day with a score of 1-under par 71. Pooratanaopa finished just behind Tadokoro in a tie for 29th.
Senior Yi-Tsen Chou, junior Aristelle Acuff and freshman Ying-Ting Hsieh could not regain their footing after a shaky first round and finished in T63, T74, T80 place, respectively.
The Jayhawks will have a quick turnaround as they head to Louisville, Kentucky to compete in their final tournament of the fall, the Louisville Cardinal Cup, this weekend.