AUSTIN, Texas – The University of Tulsa women’s golf team is in 10th place
at the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invite following the second round of play Monday afternoon.
The Hurricane shot 333 on the par-72 University of Texas Golf Club for a two-round total of 627. Play in the third and final round of the invite will begin Tuesday morning at 8:15 am CT.
Strong, steady winds of 10-15 mph greatly impacted the round two scores on the 6,225 yard course, with no team shooting better than an 18-over par 306 and no individual scoring better than three strokes over.
Tulsa junior Chanya Angwarawong battled the winds starting on the back nine and would make the turn with a nine-hole total of 43. On the front she birdied three of the first four holes, which was enough to keep her among the top-20 individuals heading into round three. Her 36-hole score of 153 puts her just three strokes out of the top-10 in 19th place.
Tula junior Antonia Von Wnuck also went into the clubhouse with a second round score of 82, bringing her total heading into the final day of action to 156. Sophomore Nadia Majidizadeh is two strokes behind Von Wnuck at 158 after making her only birdie of the day on hole 7. Von Wnuck is in 35th place, followed by Majidizadeh in 43rd place.
UNLV remains atop the leaderboard despite carding a 26-over par 314 Monday. They sit just one stroke in front of Baylor and SMU who both will begin the final round with a team score of 599. Conference-mate Tulane is currently in fourth place at 605 and San Diego State rounds out the top-five teams at 611.
Baylor’s Hayley Davis extended her lead in the second round after counting a score of 75 Monday, bringing her total to a four-uner par 140.
Final round action gets underway Tuesday morning at the University of Texas Golf Club.
1. UNLV 284-314=598
T2. Baylor 288-311=599
T2. SMU 286-313=599
4. Tulane 291-314=605
5. San Diego State 299-312=611
6. Miami 307-306=613
7. Iowa State 291-323=614
8. Texas 291-325=616
9. UTSA 297-325=622
T10. Tulsa 294-333=627
T10. UNC Wilmington 299-328=627
12. Indiana 299-331=630
13. Minnesota 301-332=633
14. New Mexico 311-333=644
15. UC Irvine 318-344=662
T19. Chanya Angwarawong 71-82= 153(+9)
T35. Antonia Von Wnuck 74-82=156 (+12)
T43. Nadia Majidizadeh 73-85=158 (+14)
T53. Alex Haun 76-85=161 (+17)
T70. Franziska Voellinger 83-84=167 (+23)
1. Hayley Davis, Baylor 65-75=140 (-4)
2. Dana Finkelstein, UNLV 67-76=143 (-1)
3. Alexandra Rossi, SMU 66-78=144 (E)
T4. Elizabeth Tong, Indiana 69-76=145 (+1)
T4. Harley Dubsky, UNLV 69-76=145 (+1)