Tulsa struggles in opening round of C-USA Championship

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Tucson, Ariz. –– After the opening round of the 2014 Conference USA Championships, the Tulsa women’s golf team sits in 11th place in the  13-team field with a score of 314 at the par-72 The Peninsula Golf & Racquet Club on Monday.
 
Tulane jumped out to the first-round lead with a 7-under par 281, while UTSA sits in second place, five strokes behind the Green Wave, with a 2-under par 286 total. Middle Tennessee (294), FIU (295) and East Carolina (296) round out the top-five teams.
 
Tulsa’s Antonia Von Wnuck had Tulsa’s best round of the day with a score of 76 and sits in 29th place after the first 18 holes. Karson Bizzell  and Franziska Voellinger are tied for 43rd place after carding rounds of 79 today. Kayla Riede with a round of 80 is tied for 49th place, while freshman Nadia Majidizadeh shot a score of 82 for 58th place.
 
Second round action takes place on Tuesday, while the final 18 holes will be played on Wednesday.
 
TEAM RESULTS
1.      Tulane                                 281
2.      UTSA                                  286
3.      Middle Tennessee                294
4.      FIU                                      295
5.      East Carolina                       296
6.      Old Dominion                      297
7.      North Texas                        306
8.      Southern Miss                      308
9.      UAB                                    310
10.    UTEP                                  312
11.    Tulsa                                   314
12.    Florida Atlantic                   316
13.    Marshall                              317
       
TULSA RESULTS
T29. Antonia Von Wnuck           76 
T43. Karson Bizzell                     79
T43. Franziska Voellinger            79
T49. Kayla Riede                         80
T58. Nadia Majidizadeh                82
 
TOP-5 INDIVIDUALS
T1.   Fabiola Arriaga, UTSA        68 (-4)
T1.   Gemma Dryburgh, Tulane    68 (-4)
T1.   Emily Penttila, Tulane        68 (-4)
T4.   Camila Serrano, FIU            71 (-1)
T4.   Fanny Wolte, East Carolina 71 (-1)
 

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