Majidizadeh moves up to second in Panther Intercollegiate

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Stockbridge, Georgia –– The University of Tulsa senior golfer Nadia Majidizadeh moved up to second-place Monday after second round action at the John Kirk/Panther Intercollegiate.

Majidizadeh, from Tulsa Union High School, shot a 1-under par score of 71 Monday and moved from fifth to second-place with a 36-hole total score of 143, just four strokes behind leader Elsa Moberly (68-71=139) of Eastern Kentucky.

As a team, the Hurricane turned in a round of 298 at the par-72 Eagle’s Landing Country Club in Stockbridge, Georgia. Tulsa moved up two spots from seventh-place to fifth-place with a two-round total of 601, and just 11 strokes behind first-place Eastern Kentucky.

Kansas State (591) is in second place, followed by Murray State (595) Winthrop (599) and Tulsa rounding out the top-5 schools.

Hurricane freshman Greta Bruner moved up from 22nd place to 12th place in the individual race after turning in a round of one-over par 73 for a total score of 149. Sophomore Anneke Strobach is in 22nd place overall with a score of 151 after today’s round of 75. Fellow sophomore Olivia Jackson is in 53rd place with a 159 total, while junior Nicole Marquardt is in 71st place at 166.

Freshman Taylor Dobson, who is playing the tournament as an individual, is in 60th place with a 36-hole score of 160 after turning in a score of 77 today.

Final round action takes place on Tuesday as Tulsa tees-off at 9:00 a.m.

Team Results

  1. Eastern Kentucky        294-296=590
  2. Kansas State              298-293=591
  3. Murray State              293-302=595
  4. Winthrop                  300-299=599
  5. Tulsa                        303-298=601
  6. Florida Gulf Coast      300-303=603
  7. Oral Roberts              296-309=605
  8. Georgia State             310-306=616

T9.    Appalachian State       312-309=621

T9.    UAB                        311-310=621

  1. Western Michigan       315-307=622
  2. Western Carolina        315-312=627

T13.  Louisiana-Monroe       329-303=632

T13.  South Alabama           317-315=632

  1. Central Michigan        338-327=665

Tulsa Individuals

  1. Nadia Majidizadeh      72-71=143

T12.  Greta Bruner              76-73=149

T22.  Anneke Strobach         76-75=151

T53.  Olivia Jackson            79-80=159

T71.  Nicole Marquardt        87-79=166

 

T60.  Taylor Dobson*         83-77=160

 

*playing as an individual
Top-5 Individuals

  1. Elsa Moberly, Eastern Kentucky                    68-71=139 (-5)
  2. Nadia Majidizadeh, Tulsa                            72-71=143 (-1)

T3.    Julie Reinertsen, Winthrop                           73-72=145 (+1)

T3.    Tash Carlsson, Kansas State                         72-73=145 (+1)

  1. Sofie Levin, Eastern Kentucky                      75-71=146 (+2)

 

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