Malek's Second-Place Finish Paces Bearcats at Pat Bradley Invitational|
Oct. 25, 2011
FORT MYERS, Fla. - Sophomore Andrea Malek fired a career-low 67 to finish second, leading the University of Cincinnati women's golf team to a sixth-plaec finish at the FIU/Pat Bradley Invitational on Tuesday afternoon at Palican Preserve Golf Course.
Malek's second-place finish is tops in her collegiate career and her three-round total of even-par 75-74-67=216 also marked a career-best. She was two shots behind Shelby Coyle of tournament host Florida International, who posted rounds of 74-71-69=214.
Olivia Dose finished tied for 26th, carding rounds of 78-76-79=233, while Alex Carl was tied for 39th after firing 82-75-79=236. Maria Roos (78-80-80=238) and Mackenzie Moir (85-73-82=240) wrapped up UC's scoring.
The Bearcats posted rounds of 313-298-305=916 which included a season-best 298 in the second round, finishing one shot behind fifth-place Stetson (305-297-313=915).
Tournament host Florida International took the team title with rounds of 303-289-290=882.
The Bearcats wrapped up the fall schedule and will next be in action on Feb. 26 at the Sir Pizza Challenge in Weston, Fla.