TU women still trail field in AAC Championship

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PALM COAST, Fla. – The first two rounds of action have wrapped up at Hammock Beach Resort & Golf Club for the 2015 American Athletic Conference Women’s Golf Championship and the Tulsa team is in ninth place with a two-round total of 614. The Hurricane improved on their first round score by 10 strokes on Monday. Senior Alex Haun has moved into the top-20 after earning a 73 in the second round. Her 36-hole score of 150 has her tied for 18th-place.

Chanya Angwarawong also jumped up in the individual standings after a 1-under-par 71 Monday. She is tied for 29th-place with 153 total.

Antonia Von Wnuck counted 76 (155) and Nadia Majidizadeh and Franziska Voellinger both carded 82 in the second round for totals of 156 and 164 respectively.

No. 23 UCF is atop the team leaderboard at 2-over-par (578) and has an eight-stroke lead over 48th-ranked Houston and 47th-ranked SMU who are both tied at 568. East Carolina is in fourth place (587) followed by USF (590).

SMU’s Alexandra Rossi and UCF’s Monifa Sealy are tied for first place at 141 heading into the final round of action on Tuesday morning.

The final round of play will begin Tuesday morning at 7 a.m. CT. For live scoring, follow along on www.golfstat.com.    

Team Results
1.         UCF                             291-287=578 (+2)
T2.       Houston                      287-289=586 (+10)
T2.       SMU                            299-287=586 (+10)
4.         East Carolina                         292-295=587 (+11)
5.         USF                             294-296=590 (+14)
6.         Memphis                    299-294=593 (+17)
7.         Tulane                        296-302=598 (+22)
8.         Cincinnati                   305-306=611 (+35)
9.         Tulsa                          312-302= 614 (+38)

Tulsa Individuals
T18.    Alex Haun                              77-73=150
T29.    Chanya Angwarawong         82-71=153
T35.    Antonia Von Wnuck              79-76=155
41.       Nadia Majidizadeh                74-82=156
45.       Franziska Voellinger             82-82=164

Top-10 Individuals
T1. Alexandra Rossi, SMU                                         70-71=141 (-3)

T1. Monifa Sealy, UCF                                               70-71=141 (-3)

T3. Jenny Haglund, SMU                                          74-69=143 (-1)

T3. Michaela Fletcher, Memphis                              71-72=143 (-1)

T3. Ashley Holder, UCF                                             74-69=143 (-1)

T3. Ashley Burke, USF                                               67-76=143 (-1)

T7. Raegan Bremer, Houston                                   74-70=144 (E)

T7. Laura Sojo, UCF                                                   72-72=144 (E)

T7. Lane Gakeler, East Carolina                               71-73=144 (E)

T10. Megan Thothong, Houston                             75-71=146 (+2)

T10. Yuka Kajiki, Houston                                        74-72=146 (+2)

T10. Emily Penttila, Tulane                                      74-72=146 (+2)

T10. Gemma Dryburgh, Tulane                               71-75=146 (+2)

T10. Maria Rodriguez, USF                                       75-71=146 (+2)

T10. Nicoline Engstroem Skaug, East Carolina      72-74=146 (+2)

 

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