Waco, Texas The Kansas University women’s golf team finished sixth at the Baylor Spring Invitational behind strong play from freshmen Meghan Potee and Thanuttra Boonraksasat on Tuesday.
Potee was the top finisher for the Jayhawks, tying for 15th after firing a final-round 77 to finish with a 54-hole 228.
Boonraksasat rebounded from a tough first day to finish five strokes back from Potee in a tie for 29th. The freshman shot a tournament-best 68 in the final round, the lowest by a freshman at KU and the second-best round in KU history.
Senior Grace Thiry tied for 32nd with a 234. Junior Katy Nugent and senior Meghna Bal both tied for 42nd (236).