Tulsa women finish strong in Lady Paladin

GREENVILLE, S.C. – The University of Tulsa women’s golf team carded a final round 296 to close out the Lady Paladin Invitational in 13th place with a score of 915 on Tuesday. Tulsa’s score today at the par-72 Furman University Golf Course was an improvement of 12 strokes over its previous best round for the 54-hole event and was the second-best team round of the day.

Tulsa junior Chanya Angwarawong turned in a 1-under par round of 71 today to finish the three-day event with a score of 5-over par 221, which was good for 13th place in the field of 96 golfers.

Host Furman claimed the team title with a 4-under par score of 860 after totaling a final round 2-under par 286. Wake Forest (882), Texas Tech (883), Florida State (889) and Yale and Kansas (892) rounded out the top-six finishers.
 
Tulsa senior Alex Haun turned in her best round of the tournament with an even-par 72 and finished in 41st place with a 228 total score. Junior Antonia Von Wnuck shot 75 to finish with a 231 total for 54th place.
 
Sophomore Nadia Majidizadeh and senior Franziska Voellinger tied for 76th place with scores of 238.

Furman’s Taylor Totland captured individual medalist honors at 7-under 209 after a final round of 71.

Tulsa will be back in action next at the Betsy Rawls Invitational, October 12-14, in Austin, Texas at the University of Texas Golf Club.
 

Team Scores
1.      Furman                             286-288-286=860
2.      Wake Forest                      288-295-299=882
3.      Texas Tech                       293-290-300=883
4.      Florida State                      293-294-302=889
T6.    Yale                                 298-292-302=892
T6.    Kansas                              289-298-305=892
T8.    Kennesaw State                  297-294-302=893     
T8.    North Carolina                   295-298-300=893
9.      Coastal Carolina                 298-300-303=901
10.     East Carolina                     305-293-312=910
11.     ETSU                              298-310-305=913
12.     Samford                                           310-294-310=914
13.     Tulsa                               311-308-296=915
14.     Georgia State                     303-310-307=920
15.     Western Carolina                312-302-307=921
16.     Southern Miss                   325-311-305=941
17.     UNCG                              324-309-320=953
18.     Wofford                                           311-314-329=954
 
Tulsa Individuals
T13.   Chanya Angwarawong         73-77-71=221
T41.   Alex Haun                         79-77-72=228
T54.   Antonia Von Wnuck           82-74-75=231
T76.   Nadia Majidizadeh              79-80-79=238
T76.   Franziska Voellinger           80-80-78=238

Top-5 Individuals
1.       Taylor Totland, Furman                  70-68-71=209 (-7)
2.       Jennifer Peng, Yale                         69-70-75=214 (-2)
3.       Allison Emrey, Wake Forest            71-71-73=215 (-1)
T4.    Sierra Sims, Wake Forest                69-70-77=216 (E)                    
T4.    Gennai Goodwin, Texas Tech           71-71-74=216 (E)
T4.    Lena Schaeffner, Coastal Carolina      71-74-71=216 (E)
 

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