THE WOODLANDS, Texas – Team Canada’s Maddie Szeryk posted another Top-10 result for Texas A&M on Monday at the Club at Carlton Woods Creekside, closing at 9-under par to grab a share of third at the Jim West Challenge.
Szeryk, a 20-year-old junior, shot a score of 4-under par in her final round of the 54-hole event to finish with a collective score of 207 (69-70-68). With the finish, the Allen, Texas resident collected her 13th Top-10 result so far for the Aggies. Her performance helped lift Texas A&M to a collective score of 5-under par—good for a 5th place result.
Florida State’s Matilda Castren took home medalist honours with a score of 13-under for the tournament, helping the Seminoles glide to victory with a seven-stroke advantage over runner-up Kent State.
Szeryk and the Aggies are set to tee-it-up next at the Alamo Invitational from Oct. 9-10 at the Briggs Ranch Golf Course in San Antonio.
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