Broze opens strong for Cowgirls in All-State Sugar Bowl

NEW ORLEANS – Oklahoma State’s Emma Broze put her best foot forward in her spring debut to lead the No. 8 Cowgirl golf team in the first round of the All-State Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Golf Championship at the English Turn Golf & Country Club.

OSU finished the first round 8-over par 288 and in a tie for eighth place thanks to Broze’s opening round. The senior knocked in five birdies to help her score 1-under par 71. She’ll enter Monday’s second round in a tie for ninth place and just five strokes behind UCF’s Kaeli Jones for the lead.

Right behind Broze is freshman Stephanie Astrup, who is tied for 20th place at 1-over 73, which is three strokes shy of tying her career lowest round as a Cowgirl of 70 at the Stanford Intercollegiate.

Cowgirls Chih-Min Chen and Kenzie Neisen both completed their rounds 4-over par and in 46th place. Senior Alexis Sadeghy carded a 7-over par on the day and will enter the second round tied for 71st place on the leaderboard.

Sadeghy will get Monday’s second round started for the Cowgirls at 9 a.m. Live scoring can be found at

Team Leaderboard
Florida (-5) 283
Michigan State (-4) 284
North Carolina (+4) 292

T8. Oklahoma State (+8) 296

Individual Leaderboard
1. Kaeli Jones, UCF (-6) 66
2. Allyson Greer, Michigan State (-5) 67

Oklahoma State Golfers
T9. Emma Broze (-1) 71
T20. Stephanie Astrup (+1) 73
T46. Chih-Min Chen (+4) 76
T46. Kenzie Neisen (+4) 76
T71. Alexis Sadeghy (+7) 79



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