Tulsa women last in Westbrook Invitational

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Peoria, Ariz. –– Tulsa junior golfer Franziska Voellinger finished in 14th place individually at the par-72 Westbrook Invitational on Monday afternoon. The Hurricane women finished the tournament with a score of 885 for 14th place after turning in a score of 297 for the final round at the Westbrook Village Golf Club.

Voellinger carded an even-par final round 72 and finished the 54-hole tournament with an even-par 216 total. She turned in earlier rounds of 71 and 73 on Sunday. Tulsa senior Kayla Riede placed 22nd overall with a 2-over par score of 218.

The nation’s 35th-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes captured the team title with a score of 838, followed by 19th-ranked Oregon’s 848 score. Wisconsin (859), College of Charleston and Nebraska, both at 869, rounded out the top-five teams.
Tulsa sophomore Antonia Von Wnuck finished in 49th place with a score of 223 after a Monday round of 77, while sophomore Alex Haun placed 75th with a score of 233. Freshman Nadia Majidizadeh scored a round of 75 today.
Individually, Ohio State’s Jessica Porvasnik captured medalist honors with a 13-under par 203, beating out three players who tied for second place overall with scores of nine-under par 207.
Tulsa will be back in action March 14-16 at the Notre Dame Clover Cup, played at the Longbow Golf Course in Mesa, Arizona. The NCAA Championships will be held at Tulsa Country Club on May 20-23.
Team Results
1.           Ohio State                          281-278-279=838
2.           Oregon                                279-274-295=848
3.           Wisconsin                           286-288-285=859
T4.        College of Charleston         286-285-298=869
T4.        Nebraska                            295-287-287=869
T6.        Oregon State                       283-297-294=874
T6.        Indiana                                287-292-295=874
8.           Illinois                                292-293-290=875
T9.        Kansas State                       294-290-292=876
T9.        Washington State               294-292-290=876
11.         Iowa                                   291-294-292=877
12.         Colorado State                    295-293-295=883
13.         Eastern Michigan               295-298-291=894
14.         Tulsa                                  297-291-297=885
Tulsa Individuals
T14.      Franziska Voellinger           71-73-72=216
T22.      Kayla Riede                        74-69-75=218
T49.      Antonia Von Wnuck          73-73-77=223
T75       Alex Haun                          79-79-75=233
78.         Nadia Majidizadeh             DQ-76-75
Top-5 Individuals
1.           Jessica Porvasnik, Ohio State           65-67-71=203
T2.        Zoe-Beth Brake, Ohio State              72-68-67=207
T2         Cassy Isagawa, Oregon                     68-68-71=207
T2.        Cathleen Santoso, Oregon                 70-63-74=207
5.           Allison Harper, Ohio State                 71-70-70=211

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