Chaney leads OU to fifth, Tulsa takes ninth at The Bruzzy at Dornick Hills

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ARDMORE, Okla. – Oklahoma women’s golf finished The Bruzzy on Sunday at Dornick Hills Country Club, tying for fifth (35-over, 875). Arkansas won the event by 11 shots over second-place Notre Dame with Wisconsin another four shots behind in third.ds

Junior Reagan Chaney entered the final 18 tied for first and finished the two-day tournament tied for fourth (2-over, 212), shooting a 5-over 75 to conclude the event. Chaney tallied three bogeys in her first four holes and responded with back-to-back birdies on the sixth and seventh holes. The Ardmore, Okla., product fired a 1-over 35 on the front nine and finished the back nine 4-over 40.

Sophomore Gracie Mayo tied for 27th (12-over, 222) and recorded the best round by a Sooner on Sunday, finishing 2-over 72. Mayo opened the final round with a bogey on the sixth and eighth holes before her first birdie on the 11th hole. She suffered a one-stroke setback on the 15th and 18th holes, wrapping up the back nine 1-over 37. Mayo concluded the round with three pars and a birdie on the par-4 third hole.

Senior Nina Lang tied for 35th (13-over, 223), recording rounds of 72-77-74.  Lang recorded her lone birdie of the round on the seventh hole.

Sophomores Savannah Barber and Isabelle Schlick finished 39th (14-over, 224) and tied for 48th (7-over, 77), respectively. Schlick shot 7-over 77 and recorded two birdies on the sixth and seventh holes. Barber finished 8-over 78 with two birdies.

Freshman Holly McLean competed as an individual and tied for 54th (20-over, 230).

Tulsa junior Lovisa Gunnar carded a final round even-par 70 to place ninth individually as the Hurricane team finished the 54-hole tournament in 11th place.

Tulsa finished with an 890 total after Sunday’s 299 team score. Arkansas won the team title with an 856 total score.

Gunnar had a three-round total of 5-over par 215 and moved up from 21st place entering the day to finishing among the top 10.

Redshirt freshman Allyn Stephens placed 21st with an overall score of 219 after carding a final round 76. Sophomore Grace Kilcrease finished in 45th place with a score of 226, followed by Sydney Seigel and Jenni Roller, tied for 65th place with final scores of 234.

Tulsa will be back in action the OU Match Play event, April 8-9, at the Jimmy Austin Golf Course in Norman, Okla.

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