Cowgirls finish strong, claim second in Thompson Invitational

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KANE’OHE, Hawaii—The Oklahoma State women’s golf team posted the second best round of the day, a 1-over 289, which helped them jump Washington State and finish second at 10-over 874 in the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational.

Cowgirl Linnea Johansson tied for seventh place with a 2-under 214 for the week. The senior carded 11 birdies in the three rounds of play.

Kenzie Neisen sprung up the leaderboard 13 places after a 2-under 70 third round. Neisen and Emma Broze are both tied for 16th place with a 2-over 218.

Texas A&M placed first with a 5-under 859 finish, while Aggie Maddie Szeryk placed first in individual play with a 9-under 207. OSU had won the even in each of the last two seasons.

Chih-Min Chen went 8-over 224 to tie her for 36th place, while McCandren Mack finished in a tie for 43rd at 10-over 226.

Alexis Sadeghy and Isabella Deilert both tied for 50th at 12-over 228.

The Cowgirls will be in Baton Rouge on March 24th to compete in the LSU Tiger Golf Classic.

Team Leaderboard
1. Texas A&M (-5) 283-289-287—859
2. Oklahoma State (+10) 297-288-289—874
3. Washington State (+11) 290-286-299—875
4. Idaho (+13) 295-293-289—877

Individual Leaderboard

1. Maddie Szeryk, Texas A&M (-9) 67-71-69—207
2. Jennifer Kupcho, Wake Forest (-5) 70-71-70—211

Oklahoma State

T7. Linnea Johansson (-2) 70-72-72—214
T16. Emma Broze (+2) 74-72-72—218
T16. Kenzie Neisen (+2) 76-72-70—218
T36. Chih-Min Chen (+8) 77-72-75—224
(IND) T43. McCandren Mack (+10) 75-72-79—226
T50. Alexis Sadeghy (+12) 78-75-75—228
(IND) T50. Isabella Deilert (+12) 75-77-76—228

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