Hurricane finishes strong in Las Vegas, Haun fires 67

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LAS VEGAS, Nev. – The University of Tulsa women’s golf team carded the second lowest team total in round three of the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown on Tuesday to move up one spot in the standings and finish the tournament in 16th place. The Golden Hurricane’s 5-under par score of 283 was only bested by the eventual co-first place finisher, Minnesota. Tulsa finished the tournament with an 896 total.

The Hurricane’s Tuesday round featured three golfers finishing under par on the day: Alex Haun with a 5-under 67, Antonia Von Wnuck at 2-under 70 and Nadia Majidizadeh at 71. Their team total was the lowest for the team this fall.
 
Haun leapt up 21 spots on the leaderboard to finish tied for eighth with the second best round Tuesday. She fired five birdies on the day and counted no bogeys. Haun’s round was the best of her career. Her previous low was a 71 at last year’s UAB Fall Beach Bash tournament.
 
San Diego State was able to hold on to a share of top team-honors despite the performance by Minnesota. The two squads totaled 863 through the tournament.
 
The Collegiate Showdown was the last fall tournament for the Hurricane, who will be back on the links in February at the Wisconsin Westbrook Invitational.
 

Team Scores

T1.    Minnesota                         295-290-278=863
T1.    San Diego State                 281-295-291=863
3.      UNLV                              289-295-284=868
4.      UC Riverside                     287-295-293=875
5.      San Jose State                    297-292-288=877
6.      Idaho                                301-291-290=882
7.      Gonzaga                            294-300-289=883
8.      Long Beach State               294-299-291=884
9.      Fresno State                      300-294-294=888
10.     Indiana                             294-307-288=889
11.     San Francisco                    300-298-292=890
T12.  Washington State               295-309-291=894
T12.  Michigan                          309-292-293=894
T12.  New Mexico State              298-303-293=894
15.     Colorado State                   304-297-294=895
16.     Tulsa                               310-303-283=896
17.     Nevada                             302-303-298=903
18.     North Texas                      318-312-305=935
 
Tulsa Individuals
T8.    Alex Haun                         77-72-67=216
T53.   Nadia Majidizadeh              76-79-71=226
T53.   Antonia Von Wnuck           80-76-70=226
T72.   Chanya Angwarawong         79-76-75=230
T89.   Franziska Voellinger           78-80-79=237

Top-5 Individuals
1.       Dana Finkelstein, UNLV                 69-73-65=207 (-9)
2.       Haleigh Krause, San Diego State       66-68-77=210 (-6)
3.       Celia Kuenster, Minnesota               76-68-68=212 (-4)
T4.    Brittani Ferraro, UC Riverside          70-69-74=213 (-3)
T4.    Madchen Ly, Fresno State                71-75-67=213 (-3)

 

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