Tulsa starts out last in American Athletic Conference tourney

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PALM COAST, Fla. – After one round of competition in the American Athletic Conference women’s golf championship, the University of Tulsa’s team is in ninth place after carding 312 on Sunday.  Sophomore Nadia Majidizadeh leads the Hurricane golfers and is tied for tenth-place after counting 74 in round one.

Majidizadeh sank two birdies on holes 10 and 14 on Sunday and will start round two on the 6,225-yard Hammock Beach Ocean Course Monday just two strokes above par.

Alex Haun also shot two birdies on holes 3 and 6. Haun totaled 77 on Sunday and is tied for 31st-place heading into Monday’s round two.

Antonia Von Wnuck counted 79 and Franziska Voellinger and Chanya Angwarawong both shot 82 on Sunday.

No. 23 UCF is atop the team leaderboard at 3-over-par (291) and has a one-stroke lead over East Carolina (292). USF is in third place (294) followed by No. 24 Tulane (296) and No. 48 Houston is in fifth place at 297.

Ashley Burke from USF is the individual leader at 67 (-5), an 18-hole score that sets an American Conference record-low.

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

Team Results
1. UCF                         291 (+3)
2. East Carolina         292 (+4)
3. USF                         294 (+6)
4. Tulane                    296 (+8)
5. Houston                  297 (+9)
T6. Memphis              299 (+11)
T6. SMU                      299 (+11)
8. Cincinnati               305 (+17)
9. Tulsa                     312 (+24)

Tulsa Individuals
T10.    Nadia Majidizadeh                74
T31.    Alex Haun                              77
T36.    Antonia Von Wnuck              79
T43.    Franziska Voellinger             82
T43.    Chanya Angwarawong         82

Top-10 Individuals
1. Ashley Burke, USF                                                 67 (-5)
T2. Monifa Sealy, UCF                                               70 (-2)
T2. Alexandra Rossi, SMU                                         70 (-2)
T4. Lane Gakeler, East Carolina                               71 (-1)
T4. Michaela Fletcher, Memphis                              71 (-1)
T4. Gemma Dryburgh, Tulane                                 71 (-1)
T7. Nicoline Engstroem Skaug, East Carolina         72 (E)
T7. Laura Sojo, UCF                                                   72 (E)
9. Leighann Cabush, Memphis                                73 (+1)
T10. Nadia Majidizadeh, Tulsa                             74 (+2)
T10. Valentina Herrera, Cincinnati                         74 (+2)
T10. Yuka Kajiki, Houston                                        74 (+2)
T10. Emily Gilbreth, Houston                                   74 (+2)
T10. Frida Gustafsson Spang, East Carolina           74 (+2)
T10. Raegan Bremer, ­Houston                                 74 (+2)
T10. Jenny Haglund, SMU                                        74 (+2)
T10. Ashley Holder, UCF                                           74 (+2)
T10. Emily Penttila, Tulane                                      74 (+2)

 

 

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