Tulsa drops to 14th in Palmetto Intercollegiate

Kiawah Island, SC –– The Tulsa women’s golf team shot a second round score of 312 on Monday for a 14th place total of 609 after the first 36 holes of the Palmetto Intercollegiate. The final round takes place on Tuesday from the par-72 Turtle Point Golf Course.
 
Tulsa junior Nadia Majidizadeh, from Tulsa’s Union High School, still leads the Hurricane contingent after two days with a 27th place score of 149, after shooting a round of 77 today. Senior Alex Haun carded a second-round 78 and is in 44th place with a total score of 152.
 
Freshmen Johanna Samuelsson and Mackenzie Medders are tied for 70th place with scores of 157, while senior Antonia Von Wnuck tied with Majidizadeh for the best round of the day for the Hurricane with a 77 and sits in 77th place with a 158 total.

Furman moved into the lead after scoring a round of 289 for a 577 two-day total, five strokes ahead of second-place Campbell. Furman’s Haylee Harford holds down the individual lead with a five-under par 139 after shooting the lone round in the 60s today with a score of four-under par 68.
 
Team Results
1.        Furman                       288-289=577
2.        Campbell                    286-296=582
T3.     Illinois                       290-300=590
T3.     Chattanooga                295-295=590
5.        Kennesaw State            287-305=592
6.        Louisville                   290-307=297
T7.     Augusta                      298-301=599
T7.     Coastal Carolina           294-305=599
9.        Kansas                        294-306=600
T10.    Xavier                        290-311=601
T10.    College of Charleston    299-302=601
12.      East Tennessee State     301-305=606
13       Charleston Southern      306-301=607
14.      Tulsa                         297-312=609
15.      Boise State                  296-315=612
16.      Virginia Tech              299-315=614
17.      South Florida              309-307=616
18.      Boston U.                   313-310=623
19.      Maryland                    312-312=624
20.      Stetson                       311-317=628
 
Tulsa Individuals
T27.    Nadia Majidizadeh        72-77=149
T44.    Alex Haun                   74-78=152
T70.    Mackenzie Medders       77-80=157
T70.    Johanna Samuelsson     74-83=157
77.      Antonia Von Wnuck     81-77=158
 
Top-5 Individuals
1.     Haylee Harford, Furman                         71-68=139 (-5)
2.     Nadine White, Campbell                       67-75=142 (-2)
T3.  Yupaporn Kawinpakorn, Kansas              70-73=143 (-1)
T3.  Dulcie Sverdloff, Kennesaw State 70-73=143 (-1)
T3.  Giulia Vandenberg, Stetson                    70-73=143 (-1)
 
 

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