TU ties for seventh at Yale Intercollegiate

New Haven, Conn. — The Tulsa women’s golf team finished seventh in a field of 19 teams at the rain-shortened Yale Women’s Intercollegiate, while freshman Greta Bruner place eighth individually at the par-71 The Course at Yale.
Tulsa posted rounds of 300 and 292 for a 24-over par score of 592, just 11 strokes behind team champion Columbia. Bruner had rounds of 73-69 for an even-par 142 score to claim her second top-15 performance in her first three collegiate tournaments.

Sophomore transfer Anneke Strobach finished in 22nd place with a 5-over par score of 147, after rounds of 76 and even-par 71. Senior Nadia Majidizadeh placed 28th overall, only two strokes behind her teammate Strobach, with a 36-hole total of 149. She carded rounds of 75-74 on The Course. Freshman Taylor Dobson finished in 63rd place with a score of 155 after rounds of 77 and 78, while sophomore Johanna Samuelsson scored a 156 total with rounds of 76 and 80 for 69th place in the field of 103 golfers.

Columbia claimed the team championship with rounds of 292 and 289 for a 13-over par 581, while Jennifer Peng of host Yale and Cincinnati’s Tara Liebert shared the individual crown with six-under par scores of 136.

Tulsa will play next at the Betsy Rawls Invitational, October 17-18, in Austin Texas, at the University of Teas Golf Club.

Team Results
1.        Columbia                    292-289=581
2.        Boston College            295-287=582
3.        Yale                           294-291=585
4.        Harvard                       295-293=588
5.        Dartmouth                   290-299=589
6.        Penn                          296-295=591
T7.     Tulsa                         300-292=592
T7.     USF                           292-300=592
9.        Princeton                    293-300=593
10.      Cincinnati                   303-293=594
11.      Towson                      298-298=596
12.      Stirling                       302-295=597
13.      Seton Hall                   301-298=599
14.      Boston U.                   311-291=602
15.      Brown                        313-304=617
T16.    Fairleigh Dickinson      324-297=621
T16.    Xavier                        326-295=621
18.      South Alabama            317-312=629
19.      Yale “B” Team            315-318=633

Tulsa Individuals
8.        Greta Bruner                73-69=142 (E)
22.      Anneke Strobach          76-71=147 (+5)
T28.    Nadia Majidizadeh        75-74=149 (+7)
T63.    Taylor Dobson             77-78=155 (+13)
T69.    Johanna Samuelsson     76-80=156 (+14)

Top-5 Individuals
T1.  Tara Liebert, Cincinnati             68-68=136 (-6)
T1.  Jennifer Peng, Yale                   70-66=136 (-6)
3.     Anna Zhou, Harvard                  68-70=138 (-4)
4.     Maria Rodriguez, USF              69-71=140 (-2)
T5.  Alix Lowe, Towson                  71-70=141 (-1)
T5.  Ridhima Dilawari, Columbia      71-70=141 (-1)
T5.  Lois Kaye Go, Boston College   72-69=141 (-1)

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