HILTON HEAD, S.C. – Led by junior Maddie McCrary, the Oklahoma State women’s golf team moved up two spots to finish ninth at the Darius Rucker Intercollegiate with a final round 13-over 297.
McCrary was even for the day and tied for 18th place with a 7-over 220 for all three rounds. She carded three birdies to move her 21 places up the leaderboard on Sunday.
Alabama’s Cheyenne Knight won the individual title, which helped the Crimson Tide to place first with a 7-over 859. Knight went 8-under 205 to win by seven strokes over Linnea Strom of Arizona State.
Emma Broze and Linnea Johansson tied for 27th place at 9-over 222. Alexis Sadeghy ended Sunday’s final round in a tie for 74th place, while Chih-Min Chen was 77th at 24 over par.
Next up, the Cowgirls will look to defend their title in Hawaii at the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational on March 14-15. OSU has won that event in each of the last two years and five times overall.
1. Alabama (+7) 282-291-286—859
2. Duke (+9) 286-287-288—861
3. Arizona State (+13) 288-288-289—865
9. Oklahoma State (+43) 296-302-297—895
1. Cheyenne Knight, Alabama (-8) 68-72-65—205
2. Linnea Strom, Arizona State (-1) 70-70-72—212
3. Sophia Zeeb, Arizona State (E) 68-73-72—213
T18. Maddie McCrary (+7) 73-76-71—220
T27. Emma Broze (+9) 70-77-75—222
T27. Linnea Johansson (+9) 77-70-75—222
T74. Alexis Sadeghy (+23) 76-79-81—236
77. Chih-Min Chen (+24) 80-81-76—237