Tulsa remains sixth in AAC Championship

PALM COAST, Fla. – After two rounds of the American Athletic Conference Women’s Golf Championship, the Tulsa Golden Hurricane remains in sixth place, while Olivia Jackson is in a fourth place tie and fellow junior Annee Strobach is one shot back in eighth place.

The Hurricane carded a round of 315 for a 620 total after the first 36 holes on the par-72 Conservatory course at the Hammock Beach Resort.

Jackson had a round of 74 today for a 3-over par total of 147 and is in a four-way tie for fourth, while Strobach turned in a round of 75 and her 148 total score is good for eighth place overall.

Johanna Samuelsson shot her second straight round of 80 and is in 35th at 160. Nicole Marquardt scored an 86 and is in 47th with a score of 165.

The nation’s 23rd-ranked Houston Cougars continue to lead the 10-team tournament field with a score of 593, leading second-place Memphis (597) by four strokes. East Carolina’s Dorthea Forbrigd has an even-par score of 144 to lead for individual medalist honors.

The tournament concludes on Tuesday with the final 18 holes.

Team Results

  1. Houston                      291-302=593
  2. Memphis                    296-301=597
  3. UCF                          293-305=598
  4. East Carolina               296-303=599
  5. Wichita State               302-316=618
  6. Tulsa                          305-315=620
  7. Tulane                        310-311=621
  8. Cincinnati                   306-318=624
  9. South Florida               314-311=625
  10. SMU                          311-318=629

 

Tulsa Individuals

T4.      Olivia Jackson             73-74=147

T8.      Anneke Strobach          73-75=148

T35.    Johanna Samuelsson     80-80=160

  1. Nicole Marquardt          79-86=165

 

Top-5 Individuals

  1. Dorthea Forbrigd, ECU               74-70=144 (E)
  2. Megan Thothong, Houston           73-72=145 (+1)
  3. Kaeli Jones, UCF                       71-75=146 (+2)

T4.      Olivia Jackson                           73-74=147 (+3)

T4.      Taryn Torgerson, Wichita State    70-77=147 (+3)

T4.      Emily Goldenstein, Memphis       71-76=147 (+3)

T4.      Leonie Harm, Houston                70-77=147 (+3)


 

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