TU women 12th at Betsy Rawls, ORU men 10th at Herb Wimberly

Austin, Texas — The Tulsa women’s golf team finished in 12th place at the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational on Tuesday after carding a final round score of 300 for a 54-hole total of 910 at the par-72 University of Texas Golf Club.

Tulsa senior Nadia Majidizadeh finished in 20th place with a score of 5-over par 221 after turning in her best round of the tournament today with a 1-under par 71 after turning in six-birdie putts, but three bogeys and one double-bogey kept her from turning in a better score.

Freshman Greta Bruner turned in a final round 76 as her 54-hole total of 225 was good for 25th place. Sophomore Johanna Samuelsson placed 63rd with a score of 234, while fellow sophomore Anneka Strobach finished in 65th place with a 235 score, but had Tulsa’s second-best round of the day with a two-over par 74.

Tulsa counted each of the four scores, since freshman Taylor Dobson had to withdraw on Monday after first round action.

Kenta State overtook second round leader Miami (Fla.) to win the team title by one stroke, 862-863, while Miami’s Dewi Weber had a 15-under par score of 201 to win individual medalist honors.

Tulsa is back in action next at the Trinity Forest Invitational, Nov. 7-8, hosted by SMU at the Dallas Athletic Club in Dallas, Texas.

Team Results
1.        Kent State                   282-296-284=862
2.        Miami (Fla.)                285-285-293=863
3.        Texas                         288-296-282=866
4.        Baylor                        299-292-286=877
5.        Texas Tech                 300-296-285=881
6.        SMU                          304-289-292=885
7.        UNLV                        300-290-296=886
8.        Minnesota                   299-307-291=897
9.        Notre Dame                 312-307-280=899
10.      Texas State                 300-306-294=900
11.      Tulane                        303-299-303=905
12.      Tulsa                         310-300-300=910
13.      New Mexico                310-309-301=920
14.      North Florida               314-306-305=925

Tulsa Individuals
20.      Nadia Majidizadeh        74-76-71=221
T25.    Greta Bruner                76-73-76=225
T63.    Johanna Samuelsson     80-75-79=234
65.      Anneka Strobach          85-76-74=235
—        Taylor Dobson             80-WD-WD=WD

Top-5 Individuals
1.       Dewi Weber, Miami                 64-65-72=201 (-15)
2.       Michaela Finn, Kent State          68-71-70=209 (-7)
3.       Pimnipa Panthong, Kent State    67-75-68=210 (-6)
4.       Kenzie Wright, SMU                75-67-71=213 (-3)
T5.  Greta Isabella Voelker, Texas      72-74-68=214 (-2)
T5.  Amy Lee, Baylor                      74-73-67=214 (-2)
T5.  Sofia Garcia, Texas Tech           70-73-71=214 (-2)

ORU finishes 10th at Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate

LAS CRUCES, N.M. – The Oral Roberts men’s golf team continued to play well and broke 300 as a team for the fourth straight round as the Golden Eagles shot 882 (292-294-296) to finish 10th overall at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate.

With a 12-stroke lead going into the final round, Grand Canyon cruised to the team championship at 387 (277-280-280) and won by 14 shots.

Cody Burrows led the way once again for ORU with a 54-hole score of 210 (70-67-73), easily the best of his career. Burrows finished at -3 for the tournament, the first Golden Eagle to finish a tournament under par since the 2014-15 season when Parker Dolezal and Scott Newell each did it at the Jackrabbit Invitational.

ORU Individual Results
6  Cody Burrows -70-67-73–210
T28 Grayson Jones  75-71-73–219
T66  Josh Montgomery 75-77-76–228
T74  Will Starkey  72-79-80–231
81  Jackson Howes  77-82-74–233

Team Results
1 Grand Canyon 277-280-280-837
2  UTEP  286-286-279–851
3  Wichita State  282-293-281–856
4  New Mexico State 290-284-286–860
5  Odessa College 284-295-282–861
6  Kansas City  278-291-293–862
7  Sam Houston State  288-296-284–868
8  Stephen F. Austin  281-302-287–870
9  Utah Valley  297-293-287–877
10  Oral Roberts  292-294-296–882
12  UTRGV 296-297-301–894
T13  Western New Mexico  295-306-302–903
T13  Western Illinois  297-302-304–903

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