Cowgirls finish sixth at Landfall Tradition

WILMINGTON, N.C. — Oklahoma State’s women’s golf team wrapped up its fall slate on Sunday at The Landfall Tradition, finishing sixth at Country Club of Landfall.

The Cowgirls posted a 298 during their third round for a 54-hole total of 873 to come in a shot behind Virginia. Wake Forest carded a closing 289 for an even-par 864 en route to a four-shot victory at the par-72, 6,159-yard layout.

UCF’s Ashley Holder used a 72 during her third round to finish a shot clear of the field at 7-under 209.

Freshman Maddie McCrary led the Cowgirl starting five, finishing in a tie for 14th place at 217 after posting a 72 during her third round.

Sophomore Linnea Johansson finished with a 75 to come in at 218 and tied for 16th place.

Freshman Kenzie Neisen signed for her second consecutive 73 to get in with a 220 total and tied for 24th place.

Sophomore Isabella Deilert’s 80 tied her for 49th place at 223, while freshman Alexis Sadeghy tied for 79th place at 231 after finishing with a 78.

The Cowgirls will return to action in February when they get their spring schedule started at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge in Palos Verdes, Calif.

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