DALLAS — Oklahoma State’s women’s golf team posted an 8-over total of 296 on Saturday to wrap up its second victory of the season at the SMU/DAC Invitational at Dallas Athletic Club.
The Cowgirls finished at 875, 11-over par, at the par-72, 6,345-yard layout and eight shots ahead of Purdue in the team race. UC Davis and Texas Tech shared third at 888. OSU won the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational in Hawaii last month for its first victory of the spring. Additionally, it marks the second time in three years the Cowgirls have won the event in Dallas after claiming victory in 2013.
Purdue’s August Kim defeated Kansas’ Yupaporn Kawinpakorn on the second playoff hole to claim medalist honors. The two players tied for first at 1-under 215.
A pair of freshmen fueled OSU’s victory with Maddie McCrary and Emma Broze both finishing in the top five. McCrary closed with a 2-under 70 to finish alone in third place at 216, while Broze was fifth at 2-over 218 after closing with a 75.
Freshman Kenzie Neisen notched a top-20 finish, posting an 80 to finish at 225 and tied for 20th place.
Sophomore Linnea Johansson posted her low round of the event on Saturday, using a 73 to finish at 226 and tied for 23rd place.
Sophomore Isabella Deilert closed with a 78 to stand at 229 and tied for 35th place.
Competing individually, freshman Alexis Sadeghy tied for 58th place after signing for a 78, which gave her a 236 total.
The Cowgirls will return to action on April 24 when they travel to San Antonio, Texas for the Big 12 Championship.
Tulsa finished in 12th-place after totaling 927 in the 54-hole tournament. Senior Alex Haun was the top-finisher for the Hurricane carding 227 and tying for 29th-place.
Fellow senior Franziska Voellinger was three strokes behind Haun and went into the clubhouse with a score of 230 and a share of 39th-place. Her score tied her season-low 54-hole total at the Texas A&M “Mo”Morial tournament on Sept. 8-10.
Chanya Angwarawong finished with a 236-total followed by Nadia Majidizadeh (240) and Antonia Von Wnuck (241).
Up next for Tulsa is the American Athletic Conference Championships April 19-21 in Palm Coast, Fla.
1. Oklahoma State 293-286-296=875
2. Purdue 290-302-291=883
T3. UC Davis 298-288-302=888
T3. Texas Tech 303-291-294=888
T5. Houston 300-302-298=900
T5. Miami 307-299-294=900
7. Kansas State 310-307-294=911
8. Kansas 304-298-311=913
9. Iowa State 302-304-308=914
10. SMU 309-299-307=915
11. TCU 312-302-306=920
12. Tulsa 307-310-310=927
13. Grand Canyon 319-304-310=933
14. UTSA 321-313-301=935
15. Nebraska 317-313-312=942
16. North Texas 326-310-324=960
T29. Alex Haun 75-75-77=227
T39. Franziska Voellinger 76-76-78=230
T58. Chanya Angwarawong 80-79-77=236
76. Nadia Majidizadeh 82-80-78=240
78. Antonia Von Wnuck 76-85-80=241
1. August Kim, Purdue 71-73-71=215 (-1)
2. Yupaporn Kawinpakorn, Kansas 76-70-69=215 (-1)
3. Maddie McCrary, Oklahoma State 74-72-70=216 (E)
4. Aurora Kan, Purdue 71-70-76=217 (+1)
5. Emma Broze, Oklahoma State 72-71-75=218 (+2)