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Senior Robin Hutchinson backed up her 85 in round two with another 85 to close out the 54-hole HBU Husky Invitational.
UND wraps up play at HBU Husky Invitational
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Updated: Saturday 04/02/2013 15:05:18 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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MISSOURI CITY, Texas – Senior Robin Hutchinson turned in the low round of the day for the North Dakota women's golf team on Tuesday as the Green and White concluded the HBU Husky Invitational.

Hutchinson carded an 85 (+13), which equaled her low round of the tournament from Monday, while freshman Abbie Mozzetti posted an 86 (+14) and was the top UND finisher, tying for 34th with a 54-hole total of 242 (+26).

Mozzetti carded her best round of the season in Monday's second round with a 74 (+2).

Sam Houston State rallied to win the team title, cracking 300 for the second consecutive round after opening the tournament with a 322. The Bearcats finished with a 911, which was two strokes ahead of Lamar (913; ), who led the 15-team field after 36 holes.

Central Arkansas took third with a 932 (), while host Houston Baptist and Oklahoma City University tied for fourth (939; ). Central Arkansas' Julia Roth won medalist honors with a three-round total of 220 (+6).

UND returns to action at the Creighton Classic April 15-16.

Team Scores (Top 5)
1.   Sam Houston State (322-292-297 = 911, +47)
2.   Lamar (300-307-306 = 913, +49)
3.   Central Arkansas (319-305-308 = 932, +78)
4.   Houston Baptist (313-311-315 = 939, +85)
      Oklahoma City University (321-305-313 = 939, +85)

UND Individuals
t34.  Abbie Mozzetti (82-74-86 = 242, +26)
t67.  Robin Hutchinson (88-85-85 = 258, +42)
t71.  Amanda Fairweather (89-84-92 = 265, +49)
74.   Mikayla Kromy (93-88-90 = 271, +55)
t76.  Megan Grozdanich (91-96-98 = 285, +69)

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