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UTEP Golf Update: Women Tied for First in Missouri; Men Tied for 13th in Soggy San Antonio

The fall golf season is underway, with both the men’s and women’s teams tied, but in very different situations.

The UTEP women’s golf team, in its first action of the 2018-19 season, is tied for the lead with 36 holes complete at the MSU/Payne Stewart Memorial at Twin Oaks Country Club (par 71, 6,000 yards).

Meanwhile, the UTEP men’s golf team teed off its 2018-19 season at the Lone Star Invitational on a rainy Monday afternoon. After the shotgun start time of 8 a.m. CT, heavy rain delayed play for four hours. When play did resume, the Miners ended the first day shooting 313 (+25) and ranking tied for 13th at the TPC San Antonio Oaks Course (Par 72, 7,435 yards).

The women (298-281-579) are tied for first place with Memphis (286-293-579) after day one. A total of 15 teams are participating in the tournament, which concludes on Tuesday with 18 holes.

UTEP’s Lily Downs (142, E) and Abbie Anghelescu (143, +1) led the Miners and ranked fourth and fifth overall, respectively. Downs fired rounds of 72 and 70, and Anghelescu shot 75 and 68.

Over on the men’s side, Host school UTSA leads the pack after firing a 289 (+1). Arkansas State (291), Little Rock (295), Sam Houston State (296) and Texas State (297) round out the top five.

UTEP sophomore Santiago Castilla shot a 77 (+5) to lead the Miners and ranking tied for 42nd after 18 holes. Ben Getman, Settavut Paradee and Oskar Ambrosius (participating as an individual) are each ranked tied for 49th after shooting a 78, while Eduardo Gonzalez and true freshman Marcus Khaw are ranked tied for 68th after posting an 80.

For the men, he first day of competition was reduced to 18 holes due to the heavy showers. The 15 programs will play the final 36 holes on Tuesday (8 a.m. CT shotgun start) to complete the tournament.

The women returned to action Tuesday for the final round scheduled for an 7:30 a.m. MT shotgun start.

UTEP Men’s, Women’s Golf Team Tee Off 2018 Season This Week

The UTEP women’s and men’s teams hit the links this week, opening up their 2018-19 seasons.

The UTEP women’s golf team will open the 2018-19 season at the MSU/Payne Stewart Memorial on Monday and Tuesday in Springfield, Mo. and the men’s golf season will begin in San Antonio at the Lone Star Invitational September 10-11. 

“We are very excited for this season,” said women’s head coach Jere Pelletier. “I’m very confident in our team this year. We’ve played well in the past at this tournament and should be a familiar course for our players.”  The tournament will be played at the par-71, 6.000-yard Twin Oaks Country Club. Thirty-six holes will be played on Monday and 18 holes on Tuesday.

Taking the course for the Miner men and ninth-year UTEP head coach Scott Lieberwirth will be sophomores Oskar Ambrosius, Santiago Castilla, seniors Ben Getman and Settavut Paradee, junior Eduardo Gonzalez, and true freshman Marcus Khaw.

For the Miner women it’s the first of five fall tournaments, who will also participate in the Pirate Collegiate Classic (Sept. 17-18 in Greenville, N.C.), the Wyoming Cowgirl Desert Intercollegiate (Sept. 29-30 in Palm Desert, Calif.), the Aggie Invitational (Oct. 8-10 in Las Cruces, N.M.) and the Little Rock Classic (Oct. 28-30 in Hot Springs Village, Ark.)

For the men, rounds one and two will begin Monday, as tee time is set for a shotgun start at 8 a.m. CT/7 MT. Round three is set for Tuesday also with an 8 a.m. CT start.

For more information visit the official website for the Miner Men’s Team and Miner Women’s Team.

UTEP Women’s Golf Posts Solid First Day at NMSU

The UTEP women’s golf team is in the thick of the title chase with 18 holes complete at the NM State Aggie Invitational on Monday in Las Cruces.

The Miners shot 297 as a team, leaving them four strokes back of the leader UC Irvine (293) and two strokes behind second-place and tournament host NMSU (295).

The second round is set for Tuesday with the final round to be played on Wednesday.

UTEP’s Alisa Rodriguez shot a one-under-par 71 and is tied for fourth place.  June Ting and Lily Downs are tied for 10th place (75), Sofia Castiello is tied for 16th place (76) and Crystal Wu is tied for 21st place (77).

The individual leader is Stephen F. Austin’s Jessica White (67).

UTEP also sent Abbie Anghelescu to compete as an individual.  Anghelescu is tied for 38th place (80).

UTEP Women’s Golf Takes Seventh at Bob Hurley Shootout

TULSA, OKLA. — The UTEP women’s golf team fired its best round of the tournament on Tuesday at the Bob Hurley Shootout in Tulsa.  The Miners picked up a seventh-place finish with a total of 927 (318-309-300).

Lamar was champion of the 17-team event (298-301-296-895), with Oral Roberts second (306-299-303-908) and Stephen F. Austin third (307-306-299-912).

The Miners’ June Ting surged to a third-place tie by carding an even-par 71 on Tuesday.  Her total was 222, nine-over-par (75-76-71).  Ting shot the second-lowest round of the tournament on Tuesday behind Stephen F. Austin’s Jessica White (70).

UTEP’s Alisa Rodriguez tied for 16th place (76-78-75-229), Lily Downs tied for 39th place (85-75-75-235), Sofia Castiello tied for 65th place (82-82-79-243) and Crystal Wu took 82nd place (91-80-82-253).

Lamar teammates Wenny Chang (75-74-72-221) and Elodie Chapelet (73-75-73-221) tied for the individual title.

UTEP continues its fall season at the Aggie Invitational next week (Oct. 3-5) in Las Cruces.

UTEP Women’s Golf Takes 7th Place at Conference Championships

FORT MYERS, FLA. – The UTEP women’s golf team wrapped up its 2015-16 season on Wednesday.  The Miners put together an outstanding final round at the Conference USA Championships and tied for seventh place.

UTEP fired a 291 over the final 18 holes, its best round of the season.  The Miners registered the second-best score of the day behind champion Middle Tennessee (284).

Middle Tennessee captured its second consecutive league title (296-296-284-876).  Old Dominion was second (300-293-296-889), Southern Miss third (300-303-293-896), UTSA (306-303-298-907) and WKU (305-304-298-907) tied for fourth, FIU sixth (299-313-300-912), Marshall tied for seventh (309-306-313-928), UAB ninth (312-319-304-935), Florida Atlantic 10th (307-325-312-944) and North Texas 11th (312-326-311-949).

The individual medalist was FIU’s Meghan MacLaren, who shot three-under-par both Wednesday (69) and for the tournament (213).  She edged runner-up Hanley Long of Middle Tennessee (215) by two strokes.

As for the Miners, they had three individuals shoot one-over or better on the final day.  June Ting finished in 30th place (77-82-73-232), Sofia Castiello tied for 31st place (83-79-71-233), Alisa Rodriguez finished 33rd (83-76-75-234), Amber Herrera tied for 35th (86-78-72-236) and Lily Downs tied for 41st (81-80-78-239). Castiello matched her career-low round as a Miner.

UTEP Women’s Golf Struggles on Day One of C-USA Championship

FORT MYERS, FLA. — The UTEP women’s golf team shot 324 collectively on day one of the Conference USA Championships on Monday, leaving the Miners in last place with 36 holes remaining.

Middle Tennessee is in first place (296), FIU second (299), Southern Miss and Old Dominion tied for third (300), WKU fifth (305), UTSA sixth (306), Florida Atlantic seventh (307), Marshall eighth (309), North Texas and UAB tied for ninth (312), and UTEP 11th with 18 holes complete at the Verandah Club in Fort Myers, Fla.

The Miners were led by June Ting, who shot a five-over-par 77.  That leaves her tied for 26th place, seven strokes back of the leader, Southern Miss’ Valentina Haupt (70).

UTEP has four players stacked between 42nd and 53rd place in a field of 55 golfers.  Lily Downs is tied for 42nd place (81), Sofia Castiello and Alisa Rodriguez are tied for 49th place (83), and Amber Herrera is in 53rd place (86).

UTEP Women’s Golf Ties For Sixth at Little Rock/ASU Invitational

MAUMELLE, ARK. — The UTEP women’s golf team tied for sixth place at the Little Rock/ASU Invitational on Tuesday in Maumelle, Ark.

The Miners shot 308 on the final day of the tournament for a 54-hole total of 927 (313-306-308).  Central Arkansas finished first (299-295-308-902) out of nine teams, with Wichita State second (296-304-306-906) and Missouri State third (302-304-311-917).

Sophomore June Ting posted her best finish of the season, taking 11th place with an 11-over-par 227 (80-70-77).  Alisa Rodriguez also notched a top-20 showing, landing 18th with 231 (79-75-77).

Sofia Castiello tied for 24th place (73-82-79-234), Lily Downs finished 36th (83-83-75-241) and Patricia Rico-Avello tied for 37th place (81-79-82-242) for the Miners.

Missouri State’s Verena Gimmy held on to first place with a three-over-par 219.

UTEP’s next tournament will be the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic April 4-5 in Maricopa, Ariz.

UTEP Women’s Golf Team Opens Little Rock/ASU Invitational in Seventh Place

MAUMELLE, ARK. — The UTEP women’s golf team is in seventh place through 36 holes of the Little Rock/ASU Invitational on Monday in Maumelle, Ark.

The Miners fired rounds of 313 and 306 respectively for a total of 619.  A total of nine teams are participating in the event, with Central Arkansas topping the field (299-295-594) heading into Tuesday’sfinal round.

UTEP has two players in the top-20 of the individual standings.  June Ting is tied for 11th place with a six-over-par 150 (80-70), and Alisa Rodriguez is tied for 19th place with a 10-over-par 154 (79-75).

Ting is just four strokes behind the leader, Missouri State’s Verena Gimmy, who carded a two-over-par 146 (74-72).

The Miners’ Sofia Castiello is tied for 24th place (73-82-155), Patricia Rico-Avello is tied for 33rd place (81-79-160) and Lily Downs is in 47th place (83-83-166).

UTEP Women’s Golf Finishes 11th at Texas State Spring Event

NEW BRAUNFELS, TEXAS – The UTEP women’s golf team landed in 11th place at its first tournament of 2016, the Texas State Spring Event in New Braunfels, Texas.

The Miners fired rounds of 309, 315 and 309 for a total of 933.

Sam Houston State (297-285-296-878) fended off Middle Tennessee (292-286-305-883) and Long Beach State (300-287-296-883) to capture the crown at the 15-team event.  The individual champion was UTSA’s Julie Houston, who was competing as an individual but carded a one-over-par 214 (69-69-76) to win by one stroke.

UTEP’s top finisher was Lily Downs with a 15-over-par 228 (74-76-78).  She tied for 31st place.  Alisa Rodriguez tied for 38th place (75-73-83-231), Patricia Rico-Aiello tied for 46th place (79-81-74-234), June Ting finished 69th (81-85-78-244) and Mirabela Woods tied for 72nd place (83-87-79-249).

The Miners will next compete at the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational March 22-23 in Honolulu, Hawaii.​

UTEP Women’s Golf Sits in 11th at Texas State Spring Event

NEW BRAUNFELS, TEXAS – The UTEP women’s golf team is in 11th place through 36 holes of its first tournament of 2016, the Texas State Spring Event in New Braunfels, Texas.

The Miners stand 56-over-par with a total of 624 heading into Monday’s final round.  UTEP shot 309 in the first round and 315 in the second round.

Middle Tennessee heads up the 15-team field (292-286-578), with Sam Houston State in second (297-285-582) and UTSA in third (301-285-586).  North Texas is the fourth Conference USA team in the field.

Leading UTEP is Alisa Rodriguez who is tied for 15th place with a six-over-par 148 (75-73).  The Miners’ Lily Downs is tied for 26th place (74-76-150), Patricia Rico-Avello is tied for 60th place (79-81-160), June Ting is in 72nd place (81-85-166) and Mirabela Woods is in 76th place (83-87-170).

UTEP Women’s golf teams ends Fall Season

HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE, ARK. — The UTEP women’s golf team concluded its fall season by notching a 10th-place finish at the Little Rock Classic on Tuesday in Hot Springs Village, Ark.
The Miners fired rounds of 309, 306 and 304 for a total of 919; Missouri State won the 15-team event (304-296-287-887).
UTEP’s Alisa Rodriguez tied for eighth place, carding a five-over-par 221 (75-75-71).  June Ting tied for 32nd place (79-76-75-230), Lily Downs tied for 49th place (79-76-80-235), Sofia Castiello tied for 54th place (76-79-81-236) and Amber Herrera tied for 67th place (80-82-78-240).
The Miners will open their spring slate at Texas State Feb. 14-15.
Author: UTEP Athletics

UTEP Women’s Golf Team Snags Eighth at NM State Invitational

The UTEP Women’s Golf Team matched its best round of the young season on Wednesday at the NM State Aggie Invitational.
The Miners shot 298 as a team, duplicating their score from round two of the Bob Hurley Shootout on Sept. 28 in Tulsa.  UTEP finished eighth at the NMSU Tournament with a total of 903 (303-302-298).
BYU was champion of the 14-team event (282-287-290-859), with NMSU second (288-285-291-864) and Idaho third (296-292-297-885).
The individual champion was NMSU’s Viviana Macias, who shot a six-under-par 210 (67-72-71) on her home course.
UTEP’s Alisa Rodriguez tied for 10th place at three-over par (73-75-71-219), and Patricia Rico-Avello tied for 32nd place (77-71-78-226).  Sofia Castiello (78-77-74-229) and June Ting (75-79-75-229) tied for 40th place.
The Miners have two fall tournaments remaining — the Blue Raider Invitational Oct. 19-20 in Murfreesboro, Tenn., and the UALR/Arkansas State Invitational Nov. 2-3 in Hot Springs Village, Ark.

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