Kaur becomes the 10th player in program history to win the award and the first since Amy Lee in 2016. Kaur shared the award with Kansas State’s Reid Isaac after they were co-medalists at the Schooner Fall Classic.
Kaur’s efforts helped the Bears claim a dominating 31-stroke victory over a field that included all nine Big 12 teams. The Houston native was the only player to shoot below-par in all three rounds, with scores of 69-69-67. She recorded a 54-hole total of 205, which was third-best in program history. That number led the Baylor team to a new school-record 54-hole total at 7-under-par 833.