Texas wins Big 12 women's golf championship, Baylor 2nd

BROKEN ARROW, Oklahoma The Texas women won their third straight Big 12 golf championship Tuesday by a conference record 37 strokes. It's a record setting performance by the Longhorns who also had four individuals finishing at the top of the individual standings.

Baylor women’s golf finished in second place at the 2019 Big 12 Championship with a 54-hole total of 50-over-par 914. The Bears shot 20-over 308 in Tuesday’s final round at Golf Club of Oklahoma.

The runner-up finish tied the second-best Big 12 Championship result in program history and marked the Bears’ sixth top-three finish in the last eight years. No. 32 Baylor (+50) placed behind only No. 2 Texas (+13). The Bears finished in front of No. 18 Oklahoma (+52), No. 24 TCU (+55), No. 37 Texas Tech (+56), Oklahoma State (+60), Kansas (+64), No. 39 Iowa State (+65) and Kansas State (+75).

Sophomore Diane Baillieux earned All-Tournament Team honors for the second consecutive season after finishing in fifth place at 8-over 224. She carded 2-over 74 in the final round, including a back-9 of 1-under with eight pars and one birdie.

Senior Maria Vesga tied for 14th place at 13-over 229 after a final round of 4-over 76, while sophomore Gurleen Kaur tied for 19th place at 15-over 231 with a final round of 8-over 80. Junior Erica Chiang posted Baylor’s final counting score with a 6-over