Junior Elizabeth Prior earns conference honor for the month of October after capturing second career tournament victory.
UNLV cards a 23-over 311 in Tuesday's final round at SMU's Trinity Forest Invitational to finish in 12th place.
UNLV shoots a 40-over 616 in 36 holes at SMU's Trinity Forest Invitational in Texas.
Fresh off its first tournament victory of the year, UNLV will finish the fall at SMU's Trinity Forest Invitational Oct. 30-31 in Dallas.
UNLV nabs team title with a 10-stroke victory, junior Elizabeth Prior ties program record at 16-under 200 to earn medalist honors.
Prior enters her third year with the program…Has one collegiate individual medalist and registered the lowest round score and the second lowest tournament score in UNLV history…Brings a lot of success and experience at the international level to the program.
Named to the Mountain West All-Conference First Team, her first career honor...Played in every tournament, totaling 30 rounds…Carried an average score of 73.67, fifth best in the Mountain West…Had five top-25 finishes on the year, including two in the top five...Shot a 1-over 217 to tie for fourth in the battle of Boulder Creek and carded a 2-under 214 to finish in a tie for fourth at the Mountain West Championship - her best 54-hole score of the year...Best 36-hole score came at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown as she tied for 15th at 4-under 140...Shot her lowest single-round score of 2-under 70 three different times (rounds one and two of the showdown and round three at the Betsy Rawls Invitational)...Finished the year with 70 birdies and 10 rounds at par or better...Shot an 11-over 227 to place tied for 68th at the NCAA Lubbock Regional.
Played in all but one tournament…Carried an average score of 73.88, 14th best in the Mountain West…Turned in two of the three best individual finishes on the team…Won the Battle at Boulder Creek II with a 15-under-par 201, the second lowest tournament score in UNLV history…Notched an 8-under 64 in the first round for the lowest individual round score in program history…Tied for second place in the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational at 4-under 211…Sank 100 birdies, becoming the fourth in school history to have at least 100 in a season…Turned in 14 rounds at par or better, sixth most by a UNLV golfer.
Tied second in the English women’s amateur … Won the girls’ title at the Fairhaven Trophy and Surrey Ladies Championships and was runner-up three times in the English girls’ championship and the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters, as well as tying for second place in the English women’s amateur … Set a course record of eight-under 67 on the New course at Sunningdale to win the Critchley Salver … Shot a six-under-par record at Lindfield in Sussex … Selected to represent England in the Nations Cup Team competing in the Girls British Open Champs … Member of the England Women’s USA Squad.