Arkansas women's golf wins in Oklahoma

The University of Arkansas women’s golf team ran away with its third victory of the season in The Bruzzy at Dornick Hills Country Club in Ardmore, Okla. 

The Razorbacks fired rounds of 285, 285 and 286 to finish at 16-over 856, 10 strokes ahead of second-place finisher Notre Dame.

Arkansas junior Kendall Todd finished tied for second with a 1-over 211, shooting even-par 70s in the final two rounds after a 71 in the first to tie with Notre Dame senior Chloe Schiavone. A 3-under 67 sandwiched by two even-par rounds gave Fighting Irish senior Lauren Beaudreau a 207 and medalist honors.

Arkansas senior Kajal Mistry and Oklahoma junior Reagan Chaney finished tied for fourth at 2-over to round out the top five. Chaney entered the final round tied for first at 3-under, but a final-round 75 dropped her down the leaderboard.

Two more Razorbacks — senior Miriam Ayora (+6) and sophomore Reagan Zibilski (+8) — finished in the top 20. No other team had more than two players finish 10-over or better. 

Arkansas senior Ela Anacona went 17-over in the tournament to finish tied for 48th and round out the team’s scoring, while junior Giovanna Fernandez finished in eighth place at 4-over playing as an individual.

Wisconsin (+30), Texas-San Antonio (+33), Oklahoma (+35) and North Texas (+35) rounded out the top five team scores.

Arkansas wrapped up its regular season with the win and will turn its attention to the SEC Championships, which will take place from April 12-16 at Pelican Golf Club in Belleair, Florida.