Women’s golf team receives three All-Conference selections, At-Large bid to NCAA Regional

Camryn Carreon rolls in a putt during the Conference USA Women’s Golf Championship. Carreon recorded four top 20 finishes including a pair of top fives en route to being named Second Team All-Conference.

Dalton Hartmann, Assistant Magazine Editor

UTSA women’s golf finished fourth place in the Conference USA tournament April 19-21. After an impressive showing, the team was invited to compete in the 2021 NCAA Louisville Regional tournament. This is the sixth time in program history that UTSA has been invited to a postseason NCAA event.

UTSA has performed all year with two second place finishes out of five tournaments played. The Roadrunners have placed high in the ranks throughout the season, highlighted by multiple personal performances. With the list for the all-conference team coming out, UTSA can now add three more names to the growing list of all-conference certificates. The three members who made it this year are Camryn Carreon, Hannah Holzmann and Ana Gonzalez. Carreon and Holzmann both made the All-Conference Second Team and Gonzalez made the All-Conference Third Team for the second time in a row. This is both Holzmann and Carreon’s first time making the All-Conference team, however, this is Gonzalez’s fourth time making the list, which makes her the fifth Roadrunner to ever do this.

Even though Carreon, Holzmann and Gonzalez all became top members in the conference this year, they are not done with their season yet. This year the team will be heading to the University of Louisville Golf Club in Simpsonville, Ky., May 10-12, to compete in the team’s sixth appearance at an NCAA tournament. This year the team is the 13th seed which is the highest seed in program history. The tournament will consist of 17 other teams and six individuals in the three-day, 54-hole, stroke-play tournament. The top six teams from the four regions will go on to play in the NCAA Championship, which takes place at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz., from May 21-26.

UTSA is looking poised this year to make a name for themselves both with the individual talent that they have on the roster and the overall team strength.