Kortnie Maxoutopoulis shot a final-round 71 Tuesday to lead the 47th-ranked TCU women’s golf team to a seventh-place finish at the Alamo Invitational in San Antonio.The tournament, which featured 10 of the nation’s top 50 teams, concluded the fall season for the Horned Frogs. TCU posted its second top-10 result in five events.Maxoutopoulis birdied her first two holes and two of the final four on Tuesday. She finished with five birdies in the round.Sanna Nuutinen was TCU’s top finisher. She tied for 22nd with an even-par 216, one day after setting a school record with a 64. TCU freshman Alex White of Fort Worth tied for 24th with a 1-over 217. In posting her second straight top-25 finish, White carded a final-round 72.No. 5 Oklahoma won the team title with a 24-under 840, eight strokes ahead of No. 25 LSU. Tournament champion Lindsay Gahm shot an 11-under 205 to lead LSU.UTA golfThe UT Arlington men’s team closed the fall season by finishing 10th at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate at Royal Oaks Country Club in Dallas. The Mavericks shot an 11-over-par 366 in the third round to finish 16 over for the tournament. Dallas native and Royal Oaks member Brad Mason had the highest finish for the Mavericks, tying for 15th at 4 under. He finished with a 5-under 66 on Tuesday to move up 22 spots in the individual standings.Oklahoma State won the team competition, 16 strokes ahead of Stanford and 19 up on Baylor.Summitt hospitalizedFormer Tennessee women’s basketball coach Pat Summitt was expected to be released Tuesday afternoon from a Knoxville hospital, where she has been since Sunday for what her foundation describes as “routine medical testing.” The Pat Summitt Foundation spokeswoman Susan Arp confirmed the information but didn’t offer details on which hospital Summitt entered or the nature of her tests. Briefly• Minnesota football: Coach Jerry Kill is working his way back into the job after taking a leave of absence to better manage his epilepsy. Defensive coordinator Tracy Claeys remains in charge on the sidelines, but Kill will watch from above in the coaches’ booth in the press box Saturday when Minnesota plays at Indiana. • Stanford football: Fifth-year senior defensive end and co-captain Ben Gardner is out for the season with a left pectoral injury. Gardner was injured in Stanford’s win over Washington on Oct. 5. He was sidelined for good in the third quarter on Saturday.