Texas A&M Women’s Golf beats Texas but falls to Wake Forest in Semis

The Texas A&M Women’s golf team had one of the better seasons in program history over this past year. After winning the SEC championship a month ago, they brought some momentum when heading into the NCAA tournament eventually falling the semis to No. 2 Wake Forest after a strong run.

In the Quarterfinals, the Aggies took on longtime adversary Texas for a chance to advance to the final four. It was in a back-and-forth battle for the majority of the round before Texas A&M was able to pull away late winning 3-1. That victory propelled them into the semis against Wake Forest.

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Unfortunately for the Maroon & White, they would fall down early and not be able to catch back up falling 3-0. While winning the NCAA title is the ultimate goal the Women’s golf team had a lot to be proud of this season.

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