Tulsa women finish 15th at Ole Miss Intercollegiate

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OXFORD, Miss. –– The Tulsa women’s golf team carded a score of 296 in the final round of  action at the Ole Miss Intercollegiate on Sunday, its best 18-hole score of the tournament. The Hurricane women finished in 15th-place at the par-72 Ole Miss Golf Course with a three-round total of 912.

Sophomore Nadia Majidizadeh came into the clubhouse Sunday with a 73, putting her three-round total at 224 and a share of 32nd-place. Chanya Angwerewong had the best performance of any Tulsa golfer on Sunday, shooting an even-par 72, she finished with 234 total. Antonia Von Wnuck finished with 228 and seniors Franziska Voellinger and Alex Haun totaled 230 and 236 respectively.

Texas A&M finished atop the team leader board after carding 281 in the third round of competition and finished with a total of 858 (-6). Kent State (861), Tennessee (869), Furman (875) and Fresno State (877) rounded out the top-five.

Kent State’s Josee Doyon scored a eight-under par 208 to finish with individual medalist honors.

Next up for Tulsa is a trip to the 2015 SMU Dallas Athletic Club Invitational April 11-12.

Team results

1.      Texas A&M                    289-288-281=858

2.      Kent State                        292-292-277=861

3.      Tennessee                        292-288-289=869

4.      Furman                            288-294-293=875

5.      Fresno State                     290-295-292=877

6.      Kennesaw State               298-294-293=885

7.      Maryland                         293-303-290=886

8.      East Tennessee State        299-301-294=894

9.      Ole Miss                         298-295-303=896

T10.  Clemson                          297-303-300=900

T10.  Samford                           304-302-194=900

12.    Murray State                    296-304-301=901

13.    Memphis                         293-310-302=905

14.    Harvard                           302-3070298=907

15.    Tulsa                               309-307-296=912

16.    Mercer                            309-308-311=928

17.    Southern Miss                  319-303-309=931

18.    Alabama State                 320-314-317=951

 

Tulsa Individuals

T32.  Nadia Majidizadeh                     77-74-73=224

T50.  Antonia Von Wnuck                   76-76-76=228

T63.  Franziska Voellinger                   78-77-75=230

T75.  Chanya Angwarawong                78-84-72=234

T81.  Alex Haun                                 78-80-78=236

       

Top-5 Individuals

1.      Josee Doyon, Kent State             69-71-68=208 (-8)

2.      Marijosse Navarro, Texas A&M 72-75-66=213 (-3)

T3.    Lucia Polo, Tennessee                71-71-72=214 (-2)

T3.    Andrea Jonama, Texas A&M      70-71-73=214 (-2)

T3.    Maddie Szeryk, Texas A&M      71-72-71=214 (-2)

T3.    Juliet Vonghoumy, Maryland                        72-74-68=214 (-2)

T3.    Wad Phaewchimplee, Kent State       72-74-68=214 (-2)

 

 

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