University of North Texas

MountainView Intercollegiate
Mountain View Golf Club | Tucson, Arizona

The North Texas Women’s Golf Team returns to action in the MountainView Intercollegiate, which features a packed course, beginning Friday and ending Sunday.

THE EVENT: MountainView Golf Club will play a par 72 course at 6,352 yards. Teams will play 54 holes over three days beginning Friday and ending Sunday. Friday and Saturday will have tee times from 10:00 a.m. to 12:06 p.m., and Sunday’s final round will begin with a tee shot at 10:00 a.m. The Mean Green will play in the prestigious event for the seventh time, with their best future result. in last year’s edition when they finished sixth.

FIELD: There are 16 teams participating in the tournament, including 10 ranked in the national top 50 and two others (North Texas and Tulsa) just outside the top 50: #15 Arkansas, #6 Florida, Houston, #35 Iowa State, Kansas State, Missouri, North Texas, No. 50 Oklahoma, No. 5 Oklahoma State, No. 8 San Jose State, Southern Miss, No. 19 Texas A&M, No. 29 TCU, No. 23 Texas Tech, Tulsa and No. 46 UNLV.

UNT REPRESENTATIVE: The competition for the Mean Green will be Audrey Tan, Patricia Sinolungan, Ellie Roth, Emilie Ricaud and Marija Jucmane. Shreya Pal will be competing as an individual, and Jucmane will be making his spring debut for the Mean Green after appearing in two tournaments in the fall.

RESULTS: Live scores and final results will be posted on BirdieFire.com. A full recap will be posted on MeanGreenSports.com at the end of the day.

LAST DEATH: UNT finished third at UNF Collegiate in Jacksonville, Florida. Senior Audrey Tan finished fifth and won Conference USA Golfer of the Week for her performance – the third Mean Green player to win the award in as many tournaments this spring.

ASCEND : North Texas has made significant progress since head coach Michael Akers took over nearly six years ago. The Mean Greens were ranked No. 201 after the 2015-16 season, and since Akers joined Denton, UNT has climbed more than 150 places since that time. Mean Green’s Tucson header ranked No. 52 nationally.

THE GOAT: Lauren Coxwho graduated last spring to complete her stellar five-year career in Mean Green, was granted partial status on the Epson Tour for the 2022 season, and is currently on staff as a volunteer assistant coach.



AKERS SAYS: “We’re going to play a different kind of golf in Arizona,” UNT head coach said Michael Akers said. “Fortunately, it’s spring break, so we have an extra day to adjust to the time change, the altitude and the grass. The tournament has returned to the MountainView course, which I know very well. and I can’t wait to share the observations I’ve made over the years. The peloton is exceptional, so we have a tremendous opportunity to get some big wins and help our national rankings.

NEXT: The Mean Green will stay home and host The Bruzzy on April 11-12 at the Waterchase Golf Club in Fort Worth.



NEW FACILITY: Mean Green Golf Programs is thrilled to burst into their brand new Bruzzy’s UNT Golf Practice Center, the new $3 million on-campus facility that features state-of-the-art technology, like TrackMan, swing catalysts , indoor hitting bays, a short game area and an indoor PuttView putting green.














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