BYU women’s golf finishes fourth, Mateo takes third at FAU Paradise Invitational

BYU women’s golf finished fourth as a team at the FAU Paradise Invitational, with Allysha Mae Mateo taking third individually, as they opened their spring campaign on Tuesday at Osprey Golf Club.

This is Mateo’s third top-3 finish of the season after shooting rounds of 67-72-70—209. After carding three birdies and an eagle, Mateo’s round one performance tied her lowest round of the year at 5-under.

“I’m super proud of Allysha and how she played this week,” said BYU head coach Carrie Roberts. “She has been such a steady force for our team. Mae knows herself and her game extremely well which helps her execute at a high level in virtually any conditions.”

The Cougars were tied for seventh after round one and two on Monday, but managed to jump to third in the final round on Tuesday.

“I am really proud of this team for moving up three spots and starting off the spring on the right note,” said BYU head coach Carrie Roberts. “The girls did a great job dialing in, adjusting to the windy conditions and posting some good scores down the stretch.”

Sophomore Alexa Udom grabbed her first collegiate top-25 finish as she tied for 20th, carding 72-72-73—217. Adeline Anderson finished round three at 3-under to card her lowest round of the year and tie for 22nd. Lila Galeai carded 74-77-77—228 and Annick Haczkiewicz carded 81-75-76—232 to help the Cougars finish 5-over.

The team will head to San Diego to tee it up at the Lamkin Invitational on Feb. 13-14. 

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