Tulsa moves up to eighth in C-USA Championship

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Gulf Shores, Ala. — Tulsa’s Antonia Von Wnuck carded a 1-under par 71 in second round action of the 2104 Conference USA Women’s Golf Championships as the Golden Hurricane team jumped three spots into eighth place on Tuesday. Tulsa shot a team total of 299 for a 36-hole total of 613 at the par-72 The Peninsula Golf & Racquet Club.  
Tulane continues to lead the field in the team race with a 4-under par 572 total after today’s score of 291. UTSA sits in second place at 578, while Old Dominion (588), FIU (590) and Middle Tennessee (591) round out the top-five teams.
Von Wnuck moved into 13th place with a two-day total of3-over par 147, jumping 16 spots from her first day of action. Franziska Voellinger jumped from 43rd place after round one to 27th place on Tuesday after shooting an even-par round of 72 for a 151 total.
Kayla Riede is in 42nd place with a 155 total after turning in a score of 75 today. Karson Bizzell is in 56th place at 161 for the tournament, followed by Nadia Majidizadeh in 59th place with a total score of 163.
The final 18 holes will be played on Wednesday. The team champion receives Conference USA’s automatic bid to the NCAA Championships.
1.      Tulane                                 281-291=572
2.      UTSA                                  286-292=578
3.      Old Dominion                      297-291=588
4.      FIU                                      295-295=590
5.      Middle Tennessee                294-297=591
6.      East Carolina                       296-296=592
7.      Southern Miss                      308-298=606
8.      Tulsa                                   314-299=613
9.      UAB                                    310-307=617
T10. Marshall                              317-302=619
T10. North Texas                        306-313=619
12.    UTEP                                  312-308=620
13.    Florida Atlantic                   316-319=635
T13. Antonia Von Wnuck           76-71=147
T27. Franziska Voellinger            79-72=151
T42. Kayla Riede                         80-75=155
T56. Karson Bizzell                     79-82=161
T59. Nadia Majidizadeh                82-81=163
1.      Fabiola Arriaga, UTSA         68-69=137 (-7)
2.      Gemma Dryburgh, Tulane    68-72=140 (-4)
3.      Emily Penttila, Tulane        68-73=141 (-3)
4.      Rachel Walker, ODU           72-70=142 (-2)
5.      Camila Serrano, FIU            71-73=144 (E)

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