Bruner, Tulsa finish 10th at Amelia Island Collegiate

Fernandina Beach, Fla. –– The University of Tulsa women’s golf team placed 10th overall in a field of 18 teams at the Amelia Island Collegiate on Tuesday, while freshman Greta Bruner also finished in 10th place individually at the 54-hole event.

The Golden Hurricane turned in a final round 297 to finish with a 909 total at the par-72 Amelia National Golf Club. Bruner carded a third round 2-over par 74 and finished with a score of 4-over par 220 for her 10th place performance. It was Bruner’s third top-15 finish in six tournaments this year.

Tulsa senior Nadia Majidizadeh, from Tulsa’s Union High School, moved up eight places to finish the tournament in 21st place after carding a final round 1-over 73 for a 224 total. Sophomore Anneke Strobach had Tulsa’s best round of the day with an even-par 72 and completed the tournament in 41st place with a 229 total.

Freshman Taylor Dobson, from Broken Arrow (Okla.) High School, finished in 70th place with a 237 total, while senior Nicole Marquardt totaled a three-round score of 240 to finish in 81st place.

Mercer University held on for a three-stroke victory over Campbell University, 873 to 876, while Campbell’s Annelie Sjoholm claimed medalist honors with a 6-under par score of 210, overtaking second-round leader Jiwon Jeon of Daytona State College for a one-stroke victory.

Tulsa will be in action next at The Dickson, Feb. 27-28, at The Woodlands Country Club in The Woodlands, Texas.

Team Results

  1. Mercer                    297-286-290=873
  2. Campbell                 292-294-290-876
  3. Daytona State         302-287-288=877
  4. Kennesaw State       300-303-291=894

T5.   Georgia State           304-297-300=901

T5.   Cincinnati               298-302-301=901

  1. Georgia Southern     311-299-293=903
  2. Samford                   302-304-301=907
  3. Sam Houston State  307-302-299=908

T10. Tulsa                       308-304-297=909

T10. North Florida          302-301-306=909

  1. Winthrop                299-304-310=913
  2. Jacksonville             310-303-301=914
  3. Jacksonville State    308-306-301=915
  4. Bradley                    314-306-302=922
  5. UAB                        311-308-304=923
  6. Morehead State       313-312-309=934
  7. UNC Asheville        327-315-314=956

 Tulsa Individuals

T10. Greta Bruner            76-70-74=220

T21. Nadia Majidizadeh   75-76-73=224

T41. Anneke Strobach     80-77-72=229

T70. Taylor Dobson        77-82-78=237

T81. Nicole Marquardt     80-81-79=240
Top-5 Individuals

  1. Annelie Sjoholm, Campbell            70-71-69=210 (-6)
  2. Jiwom Jeon, Daytona State            71-69-71=211 (-5)
  3. Grace St. Germain, Daytona State  73-73-68=214 (-2)
  4. Hannah Mae Deems, Mercer          71-71-73=215 (-1)

T5.   Anna Svanka, Campbell                 73-72-71=216 (E)

T5.   Medy Thavong, Kennesaw State    74-76-66=216 (E)

T5.   Nadine White, Campbell                74-72-70=216 (E)

 

 

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