The Tigers were not able to keep their momentum coming off their first win of the season.
Junior Noelle Beijer and senior Cherise Otter both finished in the top five to help secure the win.
The Tigers climbed two spots in the final day thanks to a pair of under-par performances by Sophia Yoemans and Noelle Beijer.
Four tigers made their debut in a tournament cut short by rainy conditions.
The Tigers took second in the tournament after struggling in the second round.
Botta posted career best finish in the final home tournament.
The Tigers will go for their third straight home win.
Mizzou finishes collects sixth top-20 finish at Hootie.
The men’s team placed fifth at a tournament in Nebraska this week.
Missouri tennis’ Fukutoku and golf’s Yeun found success in their singular weekend play.
“I put more pressure on myself, but my mental game has improved, and I can handle it,” Yuen said of her sophomore campaign for Missouri.
Buckley used a strong final-day push to claim his third individual title of the season.
The teams will start their spring season in February.
“You can’t lose with this young man,” coach Mark Leroux said.
Junior Emma Allen led the way for the Tigers, shooting 6-under through 54 holes.
At the Johnie Imes Invitational, competing teams were paired with pediatric cancer patients.
Buckley’s win was his second win of the early season.
Hayden Buckley: “I just like to get out there and make it work in whatever way possible.”
With only a few years of golf experience, Bower has already exceeded everyone's expectations — except her own.
The Tigers failed to carry the momentum from last week’s record-breaking results.