Angelo State University’s Rambelles golf team snared its first tournament win since 2010 after the Lion Invitational was called because of wet conditions. First round scores were declared final making it the Belles’ first tournament win since winning the Lion Invitational at Tanglewood Resort in 2010. The Rambelles shot 34-over 322 as a team and beat Lone Star Conference rival West Texas A&M by four strokes.
“We would have preferred to played both days and win on the course,” said ASU head golf coach Keith McCutchen. We will definitely take it. I think the girls deserve it and I’m happy for them.”
Liz Chavarria and Kamryn Cummings led the Belles on the course rounds of 78 and tied for second overall. Chavarria excelled at the par 3’s with a 2.75 average while Cummings recorded the best par 4 scoring with a 4.20 average per hole. Cummings tied for the most pars with 11. It is Chavarria’s first top five finish of the season and Cummings third.
The Rambelles will now turn go to the Midwestern State Invitational held March 14 and March 15.