Cowgirls fourth, Tulsa 13th in ICON Invitational in Houston

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HUMBLE, Texas – No. 18 Oklahoma State shot 1-under in the final round to move up to fourth, while Tulsa struggled to a 295 to drop into 13th in the  ICON Invitational at the Golf Club of Houston on Tuesday.

In total, the Cowgirls combined for their best score vs. par, 20-under, since October of 2021 when the team shot a program record 39-under at the Jim West Challenge. OSU found much success throughout the week on par-5’s, shooting 15-under.

Maddison Hinson-Tolchard posted the second-best 54-hole score of her career with a 10-under 206 before finishing tied for sixth. She carded 41 pars over the two day stretch, tied for most in the field, including a bogey-free 67 in the first round on Monday.

With the result, the junior picked up her third top-10 outing of the season in just six tournaments, as well as the 10th of her career. Additionally, Hinson-Tolchard has now played 45 consecutive rounds in which her score counted towards the team’s overall score.

Han-Hsuan Yu fired a final round 74 on her way to a tie for 20th. She finished the week at 3-under 213, just one stroke shy of tying her best 54-hole score of the season.

Hailey Jones and Clemence Martin both completed their weeks in Houston tied for 30th at 1-under. Rina Tatematsu signed off on a 73 in the third round, placing her in a tie for 41st at 1-over.

The Cowgirls will be back in action on March 11-12 at the Valspar Augusta Invitational at Forest Hills Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia.

Tulsa shot a final round 295 for a 54-hole total of 874. Senior Lilly Thomas placed 20th overall with a 3-under par score of 213 after turning in a round of 75 on Tuesday. Freshman Grace Kilcrease was next for the Hurricane after today’s round of 74 gave her a 54-hole total of 2-over par 218 for 48th place.

Sophomore Sydney Seigel turned in her best round of the tournament and the top final round for the Hurricane with a 1-under par 71. She finished the tournament at 3-over par 219 to place 51st overall. Fellow sophomore Lovisa Gunnar placed 70th with a 225 total and freshman Jenni Roller finished with a score of 227 for 78th place.

The nation’s 10thh-ranked Texas A&M Aggies captured the team title with a 34-under par score of 830, 10 strokes better than second-place North Texas (840). A&M’s Zoe Slaughter claimed individual medalist honors with an 18-under par score of 198.

Tulsa will be in action next at the Trinity Forest Invitational, March 6-7, at the Trinity Forest Golf Club in Dallas, Texas.


  1. Texas A&M                        279-272-279=830
  2. North Texas                      280-280-280=840
  3. USC                                      274-280-288=842
  4. Oklahoma State              278-279-287=844
  5.  Iowa State                         276-276-294=846

T6.        Maryland                           288-278-281=847

T6.        North Carolina State     278-278-291=847

  1. Texas Tech                        286-280-285=851
  2. SMU                                    291-276-286=853
  3. Illinois                                 286-276-293=855
  4.        Tennessee                         295-290-280=865
  5. Texas State                       283-291-295=869
  6. Tulsa                                    283-296-295=874
  7. Charlotte                           300-290-285=875
  8. Houston                             293-293-290=876
  9. UTSA                                   297-312-294=903


T20.     Lilly Thomas                      67-71-75=213

T48.     Grace Kilcrease                69-75-74=218

T51.     Sydney Seigel                   73-75-71=219

T70.     Lovisa Gunnar                  74-76-75=225

T78.     Jenni Roller                       75-75-77=227


  1. Zoe Slaughter, Texas A&M            65-65-68=198

T2.        Audrey Tan, North Texas               68-68-67=203

T2.        Liyana Durisic, Iowa State             67-68-68=203

  1. Mackenzie Lee, SMU                       71-63-70=204
  2. Isabel Sy, Illinois                                68-63-74=205

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