Cowgirls place fourth in Regional Challenge at Palos Verdes

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PALOS VERDES, Calif.—Oklahoma State’s women’s golf team wrapped up its first event of the spring season with a fourth-place showing on Tuesday at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge at Palos Verdes Golf Club.

The Cowgirls posted a closing 294 to finish at 883, 31-over, and tied with UCLA. The twosquads came in three shots behind Arizona for third place at the par-71, 6,017-yard layout. Baylor won the event with an 11-over total of 863, finishing four shots clear of Southern California.

UCLA produced the individual medalist in Bronte Law, who closed with a 71 to finish at 5-under 208.

Sophomore Linnea Johansson led OSU’s starting five, tying for sixth place. Johansson closed with an even-par 71 to get in with a 2-over 215 total. For Johansson, the finish was her first top 10 of the year in five starts, surpassing her previous best showing at The Landfall Tradition where she tied for 16th.

Freshman Maddie McCrary finished just outside the top 10, climbing six spots into a tie for 11th place after finishing with a 72 for a 218 total.

Freshman Kenzie Neisen closed with a 76 to tie for 24th place at 223.

A pair of freshmen, Emma Broze and Alexis Sadeghy, tied for 53rd place at 229 after carding rounds of 76 and 75, respectively.

The Cowgirls will be back in action on Feb. 22 when they begin play at the Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate in New Orleans.

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