Tulsa women in seventh at Amelia Island Collegiate

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Jacksonville, Fla. –– The Tulsa women’s golf team sits in seventh place after the opening two rounds Monday at the Amelia Island Collegiate. The Hurricane carded rounds of 300 and 301 for a 36-hole total of 601 at the par-72 Amelia National Golf Club. Tulsa’s Antonia Von Wnuck is in 11th place individually after shooting rounds of 75 and 71 for a 2-over par score of 146.

In round 2 action, Von Wnuck was 3-over after a bogey on the 12th holoe. However, the senior regrouped and finished birdie-par-birdie-birdie-par-birdie over her final six holes to close out the round with a 1-under 71.
 
Freshman Brydie Hodge turned in a second round 73 after carding a score of 79 for her first 18 holes. She ended the day in a 39th place tie with teammate Nadia Majidizadeh, who shot rounds of 74-78, as the two ended the first 36 holes with scores of 152.
 
Another freshman, Johanna Samuelsson, shot 76-79 for a 155 total and is in 55th place, while senior Alex Haun totaled 156 and is in 58th place.
 
North Florida has the team-lead by nine strokes with a 1-under 575. Bradley, Cincinnati, Campbell and Kennesaw State round out the top-5 teams. Individually, Daytona State’s Ji Sun Kang sits in first place after an opening day eight-under par total of 136.
 
Team Results
1.        North Florida               285-290=575
2.        Bradley                       294-290=584
3.        Cincinnati                   296-290=586
4.        Campbell                    295-296=591
5.        Kennesaw State            289-305=594
6.        Daytona State              300-296=596
7.        Tulsa                         300-301=601
T8.     Memphis                    303-302=605
T8.     Georgia Southern          303-302=605
T8.     Jacksonville State         301-304=605
T8.     Southern Miss             303-302=605
12.      Florida Gulf Coast        307-301=608
13.      Wofford                      302-312=614
14.      Georgia State               305-311=616
15.      Jacksonville                 311-308=619
16.      Winthrop                    318-311=629
 
Tulsa Individuals
T11.    Antonia Von Wnuck     75-71=146
T39.    Nadia Majidizadeh        74-78=152
T39.    Brydie Hodges             79-73=152
T55.    Johanna Samuelsson     76-79=155
T58.    Alex Haun                   75-81=156
 
Top-5 Individuals
1.     Ji Sun Kang, Daytona State        68-68=136 (-8)
2.     Megan Wilshire, North Florida   71-70=141 (-3)
3.     Danielle Lemek, Bradley            72-70=142 (-2)
T4.  Christina Gloor, Cincinnati        69-74=143 (-1)
T4.  Jenna Roadley, Bradley             71-72=143 (-1)
 
 

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