RCW: Inside Women's Golf 3.13

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Women's Golf By the NumbersNumber BY THE NUMBERS
In the first and only round of the rain-shortened Trinity Forest Invitational, freshman Yi-Tsen Chou matched her career best after shooting a 75 on Monday, November 7.

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  • Only 18 holes of the Trinity Forest Invitational in Dallas were played in what was supposed to be a 54-hole tournament. Two rounds were scheduled to be played on Monday, November 7, but inclement weather shortened it to only one round. After a night of rainfall, the course was deemed unplayable, cancelling the final round as well.
  • Chou had her first top-10 finish in just her third career collegiate tournament, finishing tied for sixth overall.
  • As a team, the Jayhawks finished in a three-way tie for eighth place with fellow Big 12 opponents Kansas State and Texas Tech after shooting a 27-over 315.
  • The Jayhawks fired a collective nine birdies in the first round.
  • Chou and sophomore Victoria Chandra each had three birdies.
  • The Jayhawks had their best finish of the four tournaments during the fall season.
  • The Trinity Forest Invitational concluded the Jayhawks’ fall season, and the next tournament will be February 26-27, when the team will Travel to Peoria, Arizona and play in the Westbrook Spring Invitational.

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