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UTEP’s Mendizabal Earns C-USA Female Golfer of the Week

UTEP’s Valeria Mendizabal has been named the Conference USA Female Golfer of the Week for the second straight week following a record-breaking performance for the Miners at this week’s Little Rock Golf Classic.

This is Mendizabal’s fourth C-USA Golfer of the Week honor of her career, while three of those have come this season.

Mendizabal opened and closed UTEP’s 2019 fall campaign boasting individual medals, becoming the first Miner to win multiple tournaments in a season since 2006-07. The junior won the Little Rock Golf Classic on Tuesday with the second-lowest individual scorecard in tournament history at 8-under 208 (71-65-72).

Her 7-under 65 fired in the second round marked the best in the event’s existence and broke UTEP’s single-round watermark. Mendizabal led the field with 14 birdies and ranked second in both Par-3 (-2) and Par-5 (-4) scoring.

UTEP placed fifth out of 17 teams competing in Hot Springs Village, Arkansas, while Mendizabal crowned a field of 90 individuals.

The Guatemala native also claimed first place at the MSU/Payne Stewart Memorial back on Sept. 10 to lift the lid on UTEP’s fall slate.

For complete coverage of UTEP Women’s Golf, be sure to follow the Miners on social media at @UTEPwgolf (Twitter) and @UTEPwomensgolf (Instagram) or visit the official home of UTEP Athletics.

Miners’ Mendizabal takes home title at Little Rock Golf Classic

HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE, Ar. – UTEP’s Valeria Mendizabal followed up her record-setting performance in the second round by clinching the individual title following her play in the final round of the Little Rock Golf Classic on Tuesday.

Mendizabal shot even par in the final round, finishing the tournament with a three-round total of 208, which is tied for the second-lowest individual score in tournament history. Her second-round score of 65 was the lowest in tournament history.

The junior from Guatemala became the first Miner to win multiple tournaments in a season since UTEP Hall of Famer and current LPGA Tour standout Gerina (Mendoza) Piller won four tournaments during the 2006-07 season. Mendizabal also took home the title at the MSU/Payne Stewart Invitational to open the 2019 fall season.

“I was pretty happy with my game this week,” Mendizabal said. “Everything really came together for me this week. I have been working really hard this semester to get this and it feels good to win another tournament and get the school record.”

Mendizabal’s score of 65 on Monday broke the previous UTEP school record of 66, which was achieved numerous times by several former Miners. The junior began the day tied for third place, but her record-breaking performance in the second round secured her spot atop the leaderboard entering the final round.

As a team, UTEP shot 306 in the final round of the tournament to finish the event in fifth place out of 17 teams with a three-round total of 891 (300, 285, 306; +27). WKU took home the team title with a total score of 876 (+12) over the course of three rounds.

In addition to Mendizabal taking home first place, Abbie Anghelescu also finished among the top 20 golfers after shooting 3-over-par 219 (73, 68, 78) for the week. Anghelescu shot a career-low 68 in the second round.

Audrey Haddad shot 78 (+6) for the second day in a row to finish the tournament with a three-round total of 230 (74, 78, 78; +14). UTEP’s Sophie Delfosse and Shannon O’Dwyer shot 78 and 81, respectively, in the final round. Delfosse finished the week with a 54-hole total of 235 (83, 74, 78; +19), while O’Dwyer shot 242 (82, 79, 81; +26) over the course of three rounds.

This week’s Little Rock Golf Classic marked the end of the fall campaign for the Miners, who return to action Feb. 22-23 at the Grand Canyon Invitational in Phoenix, Arizona.

For complete coverage of UTEP Women’s Golf, be sure to follow the Miners on social media at @UTEPwgolf (Twitter) and @UTEPwomensgolf (Instagram) or visit the official home of UTEP Athletics.

Mendizabal Makes History on Day 2 of Little Rock Classic

HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE, Ar. – UTEP’s Valeria Mendizabal set a school record with a score of 65 in the second round of the Little Rock Golf Classic as the Miners moved up to third place as a team on Monday at Diamante Country Club in Arkansas.

Mendizabal’s score of 65 on Monday broke the previous school record of 66, which was achieved numerous times by several former Miners. The junior began the day tied for third place, but her record-breaking performance in the second round secured her spot atop the leaderboard entering the final round.

As a team, UTEP shot 3-under-par in the second round of the tournament with a team total of 285 on the day. Entering the third and final round, the Miners are alone in third place at 9-over and eight shots off the lead, which is held by WKU (+1).

In addition to Mendizabal’s performance on Monday, the Miners were also led by Abbie Anghelescu, who finished the day tied for third place individually after shooting a career-low 68 in the second round, a five-shot improvement from day one. Anghelescu sits at 3-under-par (141) entering Tuesday’s final round.

UTEP’s Audrey Haddad shot 78 (+6) on Monday to enter the final round at 8-over-par, while Sophie Delfosse and Shannon O’Dwyer both improved their scores from the first round to the second. Delfosse shot 74 on Monday, a nine-shot improvement from Sunday, while O’Dwyer shaved three shots off her opening-round score after shooting 79 (+7) in the second round.

UTEP will tee off beginning at 7:30 a.m. MT on Tuesday morning, while the Miners will be paired with WKU and Bradley in the third and final round.

Miner fans can follow along with all the action during the final round in Hot Springs Village on Tuesday with live scoring available on GolfStat.com.

For complete coverage of UTEP Women’s Golf, be sure to follow the Miners on social media at @UTEPwgolf (Twitter) and @UTEPwomensgolf (Instagram) or visit the official home of UTEP Athletics.

Miners end Day 1 of Little Rock Classic tied for sixth place

HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE, Ar. – The UTEP Women’s Golf squad closed out the first round of play at the Little Rock Golf Classic on Sunday tied for sixth place at the Diamante Country Club in Hot Springs Village, Arkansas.

In the opening round of action, the Miners were led by Valeria Mendizabal, who finished the day in a tie for third place individually with five other golfers after shooting 2-under-par 71 on Sunday.

The UTEP Miners shot 300 (+12) during the first 18 holes to finish the first day in a five-way tie for sixth place as a team. The second round is set for Monday morning in Hot Springs Village.

UTEP’s Abbie Anghelescu wrapped up the first day at 1-over-par and tied for 11th individually after she shot 73, while Audrey Haddad finished one shot behind her fellow teammate with a score of 74 (+2) on Sunday.

Shannon O’Dwyer ended the first round by shooting 10-over-par 82 on the day, while Sophie Delfosse shot 83 (+11) to close out the opening day of action at the Little Rock Golf Classic.

UTEP will tee off beginning at 8:20 a.m. MT on Monday morning, while the Miners will be paired with Utah Valley and UMKC in the second round.

Miner fans can follow along with all the action during the second round in Lakewood Ranch on Monday with live scoring available on BirdieFire.com.

For complete coverage of UTEP Women’s Golf, be sure to follow the Miners on social media at @UTEPwgolf (Twitter) and @UTEPwomensgolf (Instagram) or click here to visit the official home of UTEP Athletics

UTEP’s Mendizabal named C-USA Female Golfer of the Week

UTEP junior Valeria Mendizabal has been named the Conference USA Female Golfer of the Week after her performance for the Miners at this week’s Pat Bradley Invitational.

Mendizabal shot in the 60s for two of the three rounds this week in Lakewood Ranch, finishing the event with the lowest three-round total of her career (208). Her round of 67 (-5) on the second day marked a new career-low for the junior, who ended the tournament in fourth place individually.

Mendizabal followed that up by shooting 69 (-3) in the final round to finish 8-under-par (72, 67, 69) over the course of three rounds. As a team, the Miners finished seventh out of 17 teams.

UTEP is set to close out the fall season next week when the Miners travel to compete in the Little Rock Classic on Oct. 27-29 in Hot Springs Village, Arkansas.

For complete coverage of UTEP Women’s Golf, be sure to follow the Miners on social media at @UTEPwgolf (Twitter) and @UTEPwomensgolf (Instagram) or visit the official home of UTEP Athletics at UTEPMiners.com.

Miners Finish 7th at Pat Bradley Invitational

LAKEWOOD RANCH, Fl. – UTEP Women’s Golf completed the third and final round of play at FIU’s Pat Bradley Invitational on Tuesday with the Miners finishing the event in seventh place as a team at the Lakewood Ranch Golf Club in Lakewood Ranch, Florida.

On Tuesday, UTEP mirrored its first-round score of 296 (+8) to finish the week with a three-round total of 882 (296, 290, 296; +18) overall, while Stetson took home the title at 8-under-par for the event.

UTEP wrapped up the tournament 3-over on par three holes, while the Miners were just 1-over on par five holes over the course of the three-day invitational. UTEP totaled 10 birdies as a team at this week’s event.

The Miners were led by Valeria Mendizabal, who has the lowest score of the round for UTEP for the second straight day. Mendizabal shot 69 (-3) in Tuesday’s final round to end the event in fourth place at 8-under-par with a three-round score of 208 (72, 67, 69).

UTEP’s Audrey Haddad closed out the Pat Bradley Invitational tied for 15th after finishing 1-over-par with a total score of 217 (69, 72, 76) this week in Florida.

Sophie Delfosse wrapped up play just three shots behind Haddad at 4-over for the week with a three-round total of 220 (76, 73, 71) after showing improvement in each round of the event. Andrea Ostos (82, 78, 80; +24) and Taylor Stone (79, 80, 82; +25) closed out the third round by finishing back-to-back with score totals of 240 and 241, respectively.

UTEP is set to close out the fall season next week when the Miners travel to compete in the Little Rock Classic on Oct. 27-29 in Hot Springs Village, Arkansas.

For complete coverage of UTEP Women’s Golf, be sure to follow the Miners on social media at @UTEPwgolf (Twitter) and @UTEPwomensgolf (Instagram) or visit the official home of UTEP Athletics at UTEPMiners.com.

Miners place 5th at Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate

LAS CRUCES – The UTEP Men’s Golf squad wrapped up play at the New Mexico State Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate in fifth place on Tuesday at the NM State Golf Course in Las Cruces.

Overall, the Miners ended the two-day event with a three-round total score of 872 (+20), while finishing middle of the pack among the field.

UTEP finished the first day of the event in fourth place at 16-over-par with a two-round total of 584, including shooting 4-over as a team in the second round on Monday afternoon.

Cole Donielson competed as an individual at this week’s Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate and led the Miners after shooting 211 (-2) over three rounds to place third overall. Donielson shot 3-under-par 68 in the opening round before finishing the event with scores of 73 (+2) and 70 (-1).

As part of UTEP’s five-man lineup, Oskar Ambrosius also posted a top-5 finish after shooting 1-under-par 212 (70-71-71) in the event. Eduardo Gonzalez tied Donielson for the best third round with his score of 70 on Tuesday, while he finished tied for 16th overall with a three-round total of 217 (+4).

Freshman Jacob Presutti (75-72-73=220) ended the third and final round tied for 25th at 7-over for the tournament, while Greg Yellin totaled a score of 225 (75-74-76; +12) to close out the event.

UTEP’s Santiago Castilla and Jeffery Lebeau both ended the tournament with a three-round total of 226 (+13), while Jaden Chavez, who competed as an individual for the Miners, shot 233 (75-76-82=233) over the course of three rounds this week in Las Cruces.

The Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate marks the conclusion of the fall season for UTEP’s men. The Miners return to action Jan. 27-28 as the team travels to Tucson, Arizona, to compete at the Arizona Intercollegiate.

For complete coverage of UTEP Men’s Golf, be sure to follow the Miners on social media at @UTEPminergolf (Twitter) and @UTEPMensGolf (Instagram) or visit the official home of UTEP Athletics at UTEPMiners.com.

UTEP Finishes 3rd at Aggie Invitational

LAS CRUCES – UTEP’s Women’s Golf team wrapped up the third and final round at the NM State Aggie Invitational on Wednesday with the Miners finishing in third place overall.

UTEP enjoyed its best day on the links on Wednesday after the Miners shot 295 as a team to clinch third place on the leaderboard with a three-day total of 895 (302, 298, 295; +31). New Mexico State took home the team title at this year’s event, while Utah Valley placed second just one shot ahead of the Miners.

Audrey Haddad paced the Miners throughout the tournament, finishing the final round at even par and tied for third place after shooting 216 (70, 71, 75) over the course of the three-day event.

Junior Valeria Mendizabal improved in each round of the event, including posting her best round on Wednesday with a score of 70 (-2). Overall, Mendizabal tied for fifth after shooting 2-over-par 218 (75, 73, 70) this week in Las Cruces.

Sophie Delfosse also improved her score total in the final round after shooting 74 to wrap up the event with a shot total of 230 (77, 79, 74; +14). UTEP’s Abbie Anghelescu gained one shot in the third round, finishing the week with a three-round total of 233 (80, 77, 76; +17), while Shannon O’Dwyer closed out the invitational with a score of 238 (80, 77, 81; +22).

Individually, Andrea Ostos built off a good second round where she shot 2-under, to finish the third round even par (72). For the tournament, Ostos tied for eighth with a three-round total of 219 (77, 70, 72; +3).

Other individuals competing for the Miners at this week’s Aggie Invitational included Taylor Stone, who finished at 237 (81, 76, 80; +21), and Naomi Ramirez, who shot 238 (82, 80, 76; +22) through three rounds.

UTEP returns to action on Oct. 20-22 when the Miners travel to Lakewood Ranch, Florida, to compete in the Pat Bradley Invitational, which is hosted by FIU.

For complete coverage of UTEP Women’s Golf, be sure to follow the Miners on social media at @UTEPwgolf (Twitter) and @UTEPwomensgolf (Instagram) or visit the official home of UTEP Athletics at UTEPMiners.com.

UTEP Closes Out Action at Maridoe Intercollegiate

CARROLLTON, Texas – The UTEP Men’s Golf team wrapped up play at the North Texas Maridoe Intercollegiate on Tuesday with the Miners finishing 11th overall at the Maridoe Golf Club in Carrollton, Texas.

Eduardo Gonzalez led the Miners throughout the event, posting a three-day total score of 224 (76, 67, 80) to finish tied for 10th at 8-over-par. Jacob Presutti followed closely behind Gonzalez after the freshman shot 228 (75, 74, 79) in three rounds.

Oskar Ambrosius posted the lowest score of the day for the Miners, matching Monday’s round of 77 to finish the tournament with a three-round total of 236 (82, 77, 77), while UTEP’s Greg Yellin closed out the event by shooting 80 in the final round and also posting a total score of 236.

Cole Donielson ended the day for UTEP by shooting 81 in the third and final round to go along with his score totals of 83 and 77 in the first two rounds.

During the second round on Monday, UTEP jumped from 12th place to eighth after improving 15 shots from one round to the other. As a team, the Miners shot 311 on Sunday before improving their score total to 296 on Monday. Overall, UTEP shot 316 in the third round for a team total of 923 to close out the second annual event.

UTEP will conclude the fall season next week when the Miners make the short trip to New Mexico State for the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate on Oct. 14-15 in Las Cruces.

For complete coverage of UTEP Men’s Golf, be sure to follow the Miners on social media at @UTEPminergolf (Twitter) and @UTEPMensGolf (Instagram) or visit the official home of UTEP Athletics at UTEPMiners.com.

Miners in 3rd heading into Final Round at NM State

LAS CRUCES – Audrey Haddad paved the way for the UTEP Women’s Golf team on Tuesday after finishing the second day of the NM State Aggie Invitational atop the leaderboard with a two-day total of 141 (70, 71).

As a unit, UTEP ended the second round tied for third, led by Haddad, who shot 1-under-par 71 on Tuesday. Through the first two rounds, the Miners have posted scores of 302 (+14) and 298 (+10) at the NM State Golf Course in Las Cruces.

In addition to Haddad’s performance, Valeria Mendizabal finished the second round in a three-way tie for 10th place after shooting 1-over-par 73 on Tuesday for a two-day total of 148 (+3).

During Monday’s opening round, UTEP shot 302 (+14) through the first 18 holes to finish the day six shots out of first place. The third and final round is set for Wednesday morning in Las Cruces.

UTEP’s Sophie Delfosse finished the second round with a score of 79 (+7) for a two-round total of 156 (+12), while Shannon O’Dwyer improved her score total by three shots on Tuesday after shooting 77 (+5) on the day. Abbie Anghelescu followed suit and also improved three shots from the opening day after she shot 77 (+5) in the second round of the event.

Individually for the Miners, Andrea Ostos was impressive after rising 18 spots on the leaderboard with a seven-shot improvement from her opening-round score of 77. Ostos shot 2-under-par 70 on Tuesday to finish the day in ninth place, while Taylor Stone also improved five shots after shooting 76 (+4) during the second round.

Naomi Ramirez, who is also competing as an individual at this week’s Aggie Invitational, shaved two shots off her score total of 82 in Monday’s round to shoot 80 over the course of 18 holes on Tuesday.

Miner fans can follow along with all the action during the third and final round in Las Cruces on Wednesday with live scoring available on GolfStat.com.

For complete coverage of UTEP Women’s Golf, be sure to follow the Miners on social media at @UTEPwgolf (Twitter) and @UTEPwomensgolf (Instagram) or visit the official home of UTEP Athletics at UTEPMiners.com.

Miners wrap up Day 1 at Maridoe Intercollegiate

CARROLLTON, Texas – Freshman Jacob Presutti led UTEP in the first round of the Maridoe Intercollegiate after finishing the opening day 3-over-par in a field of 66 golfers in Carrollton.

As a team, the UTEP Men’s Golf squad finished the first day of the second annual intercollegiate, which is hosted by North Texas, 12th overall at the Maridoe Golf Club in Carrollton.

In the opening round, the Miners shot 311 (+23) and led by Presutti, who made par on 12 holes throughout the day. Eduardo Gonzalez, whose round was highlighted by a trio of birdies, finished right behind Presutti at 4-over-par.

Greg Yellin finished the day at 6-over with a score of 78, while Oskar Ambrosius ended the first round shooting 82 (+10). Cole Donielson rounded out the first 18 holes for the Miners at 11-over after shooting 83 on Sunday.

On Monday, UTEP will tee off from the 10th hole beginning at 8:40 a.m. MT, while the Miners will be paired with Nebraska and Little Rock in the second round.

UTEP fans can follow along with all the action with live scoring available on GolfStat.com.

For complete coverage of UTEP Men’s Golf, be sure to follow the Miners on social media at @UTEPminergolf (Twitter) and @UTEPMensGolf (Instagram) or visit the official home of UTEP Athletics at UTEPMiners.com.

Miners complete action at William H. Tucker Invitational

ALBUQUERQUE – UTEP’s Oskar Ambrosius climbed the leaderboard on the final day of the William H. Tucker Invitational to finish the event tied for ninth place individually in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Overall, the UTEP Men’s Golf squad finished the tournament 13th with scores of 298, 300 and 303 for a team total of 901 over the course of three rounds at UNM Championship Course in Albuquerque.

In the opening round on Friday morning, the Miners were led by Ambrosius, who shot par 72 to begin the tournament, while Greg Yellin followed after shooting 73 in round one. UTEP shot 288 (+10) as a team in the first round on Friday morning.

During Friday afternoon’s second round, the Miners shot 300 (+12) as a foursome to end the opening tied for 14th. Individually, UTEP was once again led by Ambrosius in the afternoon round, who shot a 2-under-par 70 to finish the day -2 through two rounds.

The third and final round saw Ambrosius (-2) shoot even par to finish the three-round event with a score of 214 (72-70-72).

Eduardo Gonzalez finished the weekend at 12-over with a score of 228, while Yellin posted a three-round total of 228 (73-75-80). Jacob Presutti finish the third round with a score total of 232 (78-75-79). Jeffrey Lebeau rounded out the weekend for the Miners after shooting 240 (78-83-79) over three rounds of golf.

UTEP returns to action on Sunday, Oct. 6 when the Miners travel to compete in the North Texas Maridoe Invitational at Maridoe Golf Club in Carrollton, Texas.

For complete coverage of UTEP Men’s Golf, be sure to follow the Miners on social media at @UTEPminergolf (Twitter) and @UTEPMensGolf (Instagram) or visit the official home of UTEP Athletics at UTEPMiners.com.

Miners Wrap Up Day 1 at UNM Invitational

ALBUQUERQUE – Oskar Ambrosius led UTEP on the opening day of the William H. Tucker Invitational with the junior finishing tied for 14th in a field of nearly 100 golfers in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

As a team, the UTEP Men’s Golf squad finished day one at New Mexico’s annual invitational tied for 14th overall on the first day at UNM Championship Course in Albuquerque.

In the opening round, the Miners were led by Ambrosius, who shot par with a score of 72 on Friday morning, while Greg Yellin was right behind him after shooting 73 to begin the day. UTEP shot 288 (+10) as a team in the first round on Friday morning.

The second round began on Friday afternoon with the Miners shooting 300 (+12) as a unit to end the day tied for 14th. Individually, UTEP was once again led by Ambrosius, who shot a 2-under-par 70 to finish the day -2 through two rounds.

Yellin finished the day at 4-over with a score of 148, while Jacob Presutti finish the first two rounds with a score total of 153 (+9). Eduardo Gonzalez and Jeffrey Lebeau each closed out the opening day of the tournament with score totals of 155 (+11) and 161 (+17), respectively.

On Saturday, the Miners will tee off with a shotgun start beginning at 7:45 a.m. MT. UTEP fans can follow along with all the action with live scoring available on GolfStat.com.

For complete coverage of UTEP Men’s Golf, be sure to follow the Miners on social media at @UTEPminergolf (Twitter) and @UTEPMensGolf (Instagram) or visit the official home of UTEP Athletics at UTEPMiners.com.

UTEP’s Ambrosius Named C-USA Co-Golfer of the Week

UTEP junior Oskar Ambrosius has been named the Conference USA Co-Golfer of the Week after bringing home the individual title at this week’s CSU Ram Masters Invitational in Fort Collins.

A trio of under-par rounds kept Ambrosius in the driver’s seat and ultimately led to an individual title at the Colorado State Ram Masters Invitational.

The junior fired a nine-under 201 (65-68-68) and paced the Miners through Monday’s pair of rounds.

His seven-under 133 clip that day tied for the second-lowest 36-hole total in tournament history and his five-under 65 through the first 18 became a career-best.

Entering the final round one shot ahead of the pack, Ambrosius rattled off five-straight birdies on the back nine to finish six shots in front of the runner-up. He would go on to lead the field of 96 with 18 birdies on the week.

UTEP tallied an 848 to earn fourth place out of 17 teams.

UTEP returns to action on Friday, Sept. 27 when the Miners travel to compete in the two-day Williams H. Tucker Intercollegiate at UNM Championship Golf Course in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

For complete coverage of UTEP Men’s Golf, be sure to follow the Miners on social media at @UTEPminergolf (Twitter) and @UTEPMensGolf (Instagram) or visit the official home of UTEP Athletics at UTEPMiners.com.

UTEP’s Mendizabal named C-USA Co-Golfer of the Week

UTEP junior Valeria Mendizabal has been named the Conference USA Co-Golfer of the Week after her performance for the Miners women’s golf program in the season-opener this week.

Mendizabal claimed the individual title at the MSU/Payne Stewart Memorial this week in Springfield, Missouri. The junior from Guatemala shot 3-under-par 68 in the final round on Tuesday to take home first place among the field of 75 players with a total score of 212 (69-75-68) for the event.

Her 68 score in the third round and overall total of 212 are both career-lows for the junior, while the first-place finish is the first of Mendizabal’s career as a Miner. She finished the tournament at 1-under-par.

As a team, the Miners just missed out on first place, coming in second place out of 12 teams competing at the Twin Oaks Country Club in Springfield.

The Miners return to action Sept. 28-29 when the team travels to compete in the Wyoming Cowgirl Desert Intercollegiate in Palm Desert, California.

For complete coverage of UTEP Women’s Golf, be sure to follow the Miners on social media at @UTEPwgolf (Twitter) and @UTEPwomensgolf (Instagram) or visit the official home of UTEP Athletics at UTEPMiners.com.

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