NOTRE DAME, Ind. — Oklahoma State’s women’s golf team closed play at the NCAA South Bend Regional on Saturday with a 306 total during its third round to dip into 11th place at Warren Golf Course.
The Cowgirls wrapped up play at the par-72, 6,301-yard layout with a 54-hole total of 36-over 900. Duke posted a three-shot victory, finishing at 9-over 873. Wake Forest, UC Davis, Arizona, Tulane and Purdue claimed the regional’s final five qualifying spots for the NCAA Championship.
Kentucky’s Isabelle Johansson, Memphis’ Michaela Fletcher and Idaho’s Leilanie Kim were the regional’s individual qualifiers.
Duke’s Leona Maguire carded a closing 72 to finish at 212 and one stroke clear of teammate Celine Boutier in the team race.
Freshman Emma Broze posted a 77 during her third round to finish at 222 and tied for 21st place to lead OSU’s starting five.
Freshman Maddie McCrary came in a stroke back at 223 and tied for 26th place after closing with a 74.
Sophomore Linnea Johansson signed for a 78 to finish at 227 and tied for 41st place.
Freshman Kenzie Neisen’s 77 tied her for 50th place at 228, while sophomore Isabella Deilert carded a 78 to finish at 236 and tied for 84th place.