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Friday, September 29, 2023


Bremer earns first title in program’s young history

UH sophomore Raegan Bremer captured the HBU Husky Invitational individual championship Tuesday with a score of 215.

Bremer became the first individual champion in UH women’s golf history, which is in its first year of existence in 2013-14. Bremer finished Tuesday’s round at two-under-par 70 to take a three-stroke victory over Lamar’s Taylor Stockton on the 6,084-yard par-72 course at Riverbend Country Club.

Bremer began her day with a rough start. She bogeyed the par-four, 361-yard hole. However, a par and then back-to-back birdies on Nos. 17 and 18 put her back on the right track. Bremer added three more birdies with only two more bogeys during the next 14 holes for the first title of her career.

Bremer was one of three Cougars who finished among the tournament’s top 30 individual leaders. Making her spring-season debut, freshman Emily Gilbreth tied for 17th at 235. Junior Courtney Ferguson tied for 29th at 240.

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