Arkansas Tech concluded its 2009-10 women's golf season by finishing fourth among an eight-team field in the Gulf South Conference Tournament at Hot Springs Country Club on Sunday and Monday.
The Golden Suns posted rounds of 330 and 323 for a 36-hole total of 653. The fourth-place finish in the GSC Tournament is the best for the Tech women's golf program since 2007.
West Florida returned team scores of 311 and 312 to earn its fifth consecutive GSC title in women's golf. The Argonauts' 36-hole total of 623 was 12 strokes better than runner-up West Georgia (320-315-635).
Harding (3rd, 319-327-646), Arkansas Tech (4th, 330-323-653), Henderson State (5th, 348-342-690), Southern Arkansas (6th, 374-372-746), Christian Brothers (7th, 393-380-773) and Arkansas-Monticello (8th, 454-479-933) rounded out the team standings.
The Golden Suns were led by Ana Morales. She shot 77-82 to finish in eighth place with a 36-hole score of 159.
Tech's Kyla McIsaac (9th, 79-81-160) finished one stroke behind Morales. Alyssia DuVall (T-13th, 87-78-165), Niki Possage (18th, 88-82-170) and Megan Kelley (T-22nd, 87-87-174) also competed for the Golden Suns at the GSC Tournament.
West Florida's Natalia Espinosa (72-77-149) won the 2010 GSC individual championship.
Arkansas Tech won two tournaments during the 2009-10 women's golf season --- the Lyon College Invitational and the Southern Arkansas Invitational. Morales was the individual champion at both of those events, and she also won the Natural State Classic in Heber Springs.
The Golden Suns are coached by Amy White.]]>