Tulsa women finish ninth at Betsy Rawls

AUSTIN, Texas – The University of Tulsa women’s golf team finished in ninth place at the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invite following the final round of play Tuesday. The Hurricane shot 305 on the par-72 University of Texas Golf Club for a final total of 932 for the 54-holes.

After strong winds greatly impacted the round two scores on the 6,225 yard course Monday, play on Tuesday was much more competitive and all five Tulsa golfers improved on their round two performances.

Tulsa junior Chanya Angwarawong placed the highest among the TU squad coming in tied for 27th place. She started the final round from the 10th hole staying even-par through hole 13. Her only birdie of the day came on par-3 hole 8 to finish the day at 77 with a three-day total of 230.

Sophomore Nadia Majidizadeh had the best round for a Tulsa golfer on Tuesday, carding a 75 on the day to finish with 233 and a share of 40th place. The Broken Arrow, Okla. native stayed at or under par through her first eight holes, including a birdie on hole 13. She went on to sink a birdie on the par-5 ninth to finish the tournament. 
 
Tula junior Antonia Von Wnuck went into the clubhouse with a final round score of 79, improving her performance from Monday by three strokes. Her final total of 235 left her tied in 44th place.

UNLV finished with a final round 297 and a 54-hole tally of 895. They did not, however, end the invite at the top of the leaderboard by themselves, while Tulsa’s fellow American Athletic Conference member Tulane fired a 290 on Tuesday to tie UNLV for first place at 895.

Baylor’s Hayley Davis carded a score of 74 on Tuesday to finish at 215 and claim medalist honors.
 
Up next for Tulsa is the last tournament of their fall season, the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown from Oct. 26-28.
 
Team Scores 
T1.       UNLV              284-314-297=895
T1.      Tulane              291-314-290=895
3.      Baylor              288-311-299=898
4.      SMU              286-313-301=900
5.      Miami              307-306-289=902
6.      San Diego State      299-312-294=905
7.      Iowa State      291-323-294=908
8.      Texas            291-325-296=912
9.      Tulsa            294-333-305=932
10.      UTSA            297-325-311=933
11.      Indiana              299-331-306=936
12.      UNC Wilmington      299-328-311=938
13.      Minnesota      301-332-306=939
14.      New Mexico      311-333-306=950
15.      UC Irvine      318-344-314=976
 
Tulsa Individuals 
T27.      Chanya Angwarawong      71-82-77=230
T40.      Nadia Majidizadeh      73-85-75=233
T44.      Antonia Von Wnuck      74-82-79=235
T53.      Alex Haun            76-85-77=238
65.      Franziska Voellinger      83-84-76=243
 
Top-5 Individuals
1.      Hayley Davis, Baylor            65-75-74=214 (-2)
2.      Dana Finkelstein, UNLV            67-76-72=215 (-1)
T3.        Celia Barquin, Iowa State            73-74-71=218 (+2)
T3.        Emma Henrikson, San Diego State      74-74-70=218 (+2)
5.        Milagros Chaves, San Diego Sate      72-75-73=220 (+4)

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