Arkansas Tech University’s Jacqueline Klemm completed the 54-hole Dallas Baptist University Invitational with a 2-over par total of 218 on Monday and Tuesday to earn a share of fourth place in the individual standings.
The sophomore from Kelkheim, Germany, toured the grounds of Wildhorse Golf Club in Denton, Texas, with rounds of 73-69-76.
The Golden Suns finished sixth among a 13-team field with a 54-hole team score of 903. It was a closely bunched team leaderboard. Only four strokes separated third from sixth place.
Dallas Baptist won the team title with a total of 887.
Katie Whitfield (T-13th, 74-69-80-223), Josie Roberson (T-35th, 76-79-77-232), Allie Weiner (T-41st, 81-79-75-235) and Sydney Staton (T-47th, 76-79-83-238) also contributed to ATU’s team score.
Arkansas Tech’s Cintia Bolanos (T-20th, 80-76-72-228) competed as an individual.
The Golden Suns will play in the University of Central Oklahoma Classic at Edmond, Okla., beginning Monday, Sept. 30.