Razorbacks Nab Runner-Up Finish at White Sands Invitational

Razorbacks Nab Runner-Up Finish at White Sands Invitational

No. 16 Arkansas Women’s Golf secured its second runner-up finish of the fall season at the White Sands Invitational on Wednesday.

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Arkansas Women’s Golf and Head Coach Shauna Taylor announced the signing of highly touted recruit Cory Lopez on Wednesday afternoon. The Monterrey, Mexico native is the only signee for the Razorbacks in the 2020 class.

Freshman golfer Ela Anacona is headed to the Spirit Invitational to represent Argentina, as she will play three rounds of stroke play starting later this week (Nov. 7 – Nov. 9)

No. 16 Arkansas Women’s Golf remained in second place following round two of the White Sands Invitational.

No. 16 Arkansas Women’s Golf got off to a hot start at the Ocean Club Golf Course in the Bahamas on Monday, firing a five-under-par round on day one. The Hogs trail only Texas, who shot a staggering 12-under as a team in the first round.

No. 16 Arkansas Women’s Golf will finish its fall season in paradise, heading to the Bahamas to take part in the White Sands Invitational (Oct. 28-30).

Arkansas Women’s Golf finished in 11th at the 2019 Tar Heel Invitational, shooting an 873 over the three-round tournament (+9).

Arkansas Women’s Golf bounced back on day two of the Tar Heel Invitational, firing a four-under round to move up to 11th place.

Arkansas Women’s Golf sits in 13th place after firing a nine-over on day one of the Tar Heel Invitational.