Wyoming finishes tied for seventh
Kandler sits in sixth place
Fifth-Annual Tournament in Palm Desert, Calif.
Sophomore Klara Castillo finishes tied 64th
Final round to be played in the morning
2013-14 (Freshman): Barrie made an impact on the Cowgirls in her first season with the program • Played 18 rounds with a scoring average of 80.8 • Best finish came as an individual at the Cowgirl Desert intercollegiate finishing tied for 25th in the 107-golfer field with a career-low score of 230 (+14) • Played well at the Cowgirl Classic with a score of 232 (+16), tying for 39th place • Competed in the Mountain West Championship finishing 44th at 255 (+39) • Recorded a season-best scores of 75 (+3) in the first round of the Cowgirl Desert Intercollegiate and Wyoming Cowgirl Classic.
High School: The second Canadian on the current Cowgirl roster, Mackenzie Barrie posted a standout summer of golf in 2012 with a scoring average of 76.2 strokes • Tied for 31st at 316 (+12) at the British Columbia Women's Amateur Championship, before going on to place 12th at the British Columbia Junior Girls Championship at 309 (+9) • Placed second at her Zone Championship • A member of the British Columbia team in the North Pacific Team Matches in 2013 • A member of the Honor Roll all four years and graduated with a 3.94 grade-point average • As a senior, she was named the Athlete of the Year and Top All-Round Student.
Personal: Mackenzie was born Nov. 15 in Prince Rupert, British Columbia • She is the daughter of Jamie and Tracey Barrie and has one brother, Conor • Plans to major in kinesiology and health promotion while at UW.