TU’s Majidizadeh takes fifth in Lady Paladin Invitational

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Greenville, SC – The Tulsa women’s golf team finished in 11th place at the 20-team Lady Paladin Invitational on Sunday, while Nadia Majidizadeh paced the Hurricane with a fifth-place performance. Majidizadeh turned in a final round 1-under par 71 and finished the with a 2-under par score of 214, while as a team the Hurricane had its best round of the tournament with a 4-over par 292 to finish the event with a total score of 895 at the par-72 Furman University Golf Course.

The senior from Tulsa’s Union High School began the day on the par-4 10th hole and was even-par after her first nine holes with a birdie on the par-5 13th hole and a bogey on the par-4 18th hole. After the turn, she birdied holes 2, 4 and 6 to take a 3-under par score into the final three holes, but bogeyed the last two holes of the day.

Freshman Greta Bruner had a 73 on Sunday and finished the tournament with a 15th place score of 1-over par 217.

Sophomore Johanna Samuelsson turned in a final round 74 and finished in 74th place with a 54-hole total of 232. Freshman Taylor Dobson finished the day at 76 and placed 85th overall with a score of 234, while sophomore Olivia Jackson carded her best round of the tournament with a 2-over par score of 74 to place 92nd with a total score of 238.

Texas won the team title by two strokes over host Furman, 853 (-11) to 855 (-9), while Texas’ Emilee Hoffman overtook Furman’s Alice Chen for a one-stroke victory, 210 (-6) to 211 (-5).

Tulsa will be in action next at the Yale Invitational, October 7-9, in New Haven, Conn.

Team Results
1.       Texas                        283-284-286=853
2.       Furman                     281-286-288=855
3.       Illinois                      286-286-290=862
4.       Augusta                     300-278-288=866
5.       Middle Tennessee      282-301-287=870
6.       Missouri                    287-298-296=881
7.       Ole Miss                    289-295-300=864
8.       Virginia Tech            291-296-303=890
9.       East Tennessee St.     304-297-290=891
10.     Kennesaw State         303-295-295=893
11.     Tulsa                         299-304-292=895
12      Daytona State           293-299-304=896
T13.   UNCW                      303-301-296=900
T13.   Maryland                  293-297-310=900
T15.    Minnesota               305-304-298=907
T15.    Mercer                     208-293-306=907
17.     Georgetown               301-307-300=908
18.     New Mexico              302-307-302=911
19.     Georgia State             296-320-310=926
20.     Wofford                    309-319-318=946

Tulsa Individuals
T5.     Nadia Majidizadeh     73-70-71=214 (-2)
T15.   Greta Bruner             70-74-73=217 (+1)
T74.   Johanna Samuelsson  78-80-74=232 (+16)
T85.   Taylor Dobson          78-80-76=234 (+18)
T92.   Olivia Jackson           80-84-74=238 (+22)

Top-5 Individuals
1.       Emilee Hoffman, Texas             65-75-70=210 (-6)
2.       Alice Chen, Furman                   70-69-72=211 (-5)
3.       Bing Singhsumalee, Illinois         70-70-72=212 (-4)
4.       Amanda Hollandsworth, VT       67-74-72=213 (-3)
T5.     Nadia Majidizadeh, Tulsa      73-70-71=214 (-2)
T5.     Eunice Yi, Augusta                     75-68-71=214 (-2)
T5.     Sophia Schubert, Texas              72-69-73=214 (-2)
T5.     Loy Hee Ying, ETSU                     77-66-71=214 (-2)

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